will undermine seven years of work to restore the forest to natural broadleaf woodland through the gradual removal of conifers, that allows regeneration of native plants, the Woodland Trust said.
, he points out, doesn't come under the heading of good management.
9) At least some of this is by unsustainable methods such as clear-felling
The demand for woodchips for fibre in paper production is a major driver behind the continuing clear-felling
practices in our native forests.
It's an alternative to the clear-felling
of forests seen on many a Welsh hillside.
has destroyed some of these lands.
Ough compared the recovery of understorey flora after clear-felling
with that after natural disturbance by the Ash Wednesday wildfires, about a decade earlier.
Times have changed since the days when modern forest management consisted of clear-felling
The plan, drawn up by FCW Coed y Gororau staff, will also avoid clear-felling
There would also be a plan to end the destructive practice of clear-felling
While Coillte has managed this country's forests some unscrupulous companies around the world are involved in clearcutting, or clear-felling
Selection harvesting is typical, involving removal of only a few trees per hectare, rather than clear-felling
Eryl Roberts, of Coed Cadw, said: "Our aim is to remove the conifers gradually - we'll avoid clear-felling
whole areas of woodland.
In Victoria, the proposed clear-felling
of the forests of Brown Mountain in East Gippsland has been a particularly contentious issue, though the saga had a positive twist in August, when the Supreme Court of Victoria ruled that the state government had a legal responsibility to protect endangered wildlife in the area
We would not be clear-felling
but would start with areas near the wood's gullies where broadleaf trees have remained and from which regeneration can start," said Mark.