A timely publication from the Woodland Trust and Soil Association – launched at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Agroecology this week (June 12) just before the Agriculture Bill is published next month – urges the government to “recognise the vital role of trees in the . . . Bill, and support the potential of well-planned tree planting including agroforestry to achieve healthy environments, protect soils, sequester carbon from the atmosphere and support resilient farming”.
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