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WORK on clearing thousands of pine trees from a forest near a popular beach will begin to allow wildlife and rare plants to grow there.
The Freemen have turned down the plan, saying it lacks substance, and will take back the site on a care and maintenance basis with the rare plants being removed.
But the Freemen have turned down the plan and will take back the site on a care and maintenance basis with the rare plants being removed.
ONE of Wales' most important sand dune habitats is set to be restored to its former glory, in an attempt to save rare plants and insects threatened with extinction.
Project Manager Bill LaFond said Strata is committed to limiting the environmental damage as much as possible and to reducing the impact on the rare plants and the a neighboring farm.
The map enables anyone to find out which freshwater species are in their neighbourhood, and how to design a clean pond for species, such as dragonflies and damselflies, and rare plants.
With strategies to conserve rare plants as part of their management plans, these properties serve as models for other landowners.
In two previous outings, Ted Elliman of the New England Wildflower Society, land trust members and volunteers have been searching the 266 acres of Opacum Woods for rare plants, invasive plant species, and opportunities to manage the less common habitats on the property.