Defra poised to unveil fresh tree targets and peat-based compost ban

Michael Holder
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Fresh tree and peatland action plans expected from Defra tomorrow, as Royal Family announces tree planting project to mark Queen's 70th Jubilee

Higher tree planting targets, a ban on peat-based garden compost, and corridors for biodiversity protection next to rivers are among a flurry of conservation measures expected to be unveiled by the Department...

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