Peatland boost: Five restoration projects share £16m in government funding

Michael Holder
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Peat (turf) cut and left to dry on a wetland in the Scottish Highlands
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Peat (turf) cut and left to dry on a wetland in the Scottish Highlands

Funding expected to see thousands of hectares of vital peatland restored across England

Thousands of hectares of vital peatland are set to be restored across England after five major projects secured a share of £16m in government funding, as part of a wider programme designed to boost biodiversity...

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