Major Wildlife Boost for Suffolk

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Suffolk’s wildlife is set to receive a boost, as the county council earmarks large funds for tree-planting, restoring hedgerows and improving roadside verges for wildlife.

£228,000 is being spent by Suffolk County Council to enhance its work to protect and encourage biodiversity across the county. 

The authority will be working with The Woodland Trust, Suffolk Tree Wardens, landowners and county farm tenants – where funding will include the planting of around 100,000 trees and the replanting of hedgerows.

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