Funding secured to help manage ancient woodlands
Haringey has secured important funding to help manage and protect its ancient woodlands.
The council will undertake a project in co-production with the community to collect data on the condition of Bluebell Wood, Coldfall Wood and Queen’s Wood.
This evidence will help deliver an ambitious, long-term plan to protect habitats, enhance biodiversity and increase resilience to climate change.
The project has been made possible thanks to a successful bid to the Rewild London Fund, which is supported by the Mayor of London in partnership with the London Wildlife Trust.
With only 2% of Britain remaining as ancient woodland this partnership project will help ensure that the unique ecology of Haringey's ancient woods is safeguarded.
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