Severn Trent plots tree planting payment programme

Michael Holder
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Credit: Tim Scrivener

Company to offer new service that would see it pay farmers for trees planted and managed on their land

Water firm Severn Trent has launched a programme this week to fully fund and manage tree planting for farmers and landowners, offering an annual premium payment of £200 per hectare for the first decade...

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