Tiny forests packing a major ecological punch spring up across Europe
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If you have a spare patch of land - even if it is tiny - you may want to consider planting a forest. A Miyawaki forest to be exact.
The small, fast-growing jungle-like forests are springing up around Europe as a way to preserve nature, and restore biodiversity.
"The natural dynamic is to turn from a lawn into a lush forest," said Nicolas de Brabandere, founder of Urban Forests in Belgium. "That's a process that can take 200 years. But with this methodology, we plan everything at once and we speed up the process. In 20 years we get very similar results."
Read more: https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-11-04/Tiny-forests-packing-a-major-ecological-punch-spring-up-across-Europe-13LWxYp5nUI/index.html
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