Tree planters dig deep

Tree planters dig deep

9th April 2018

Wiltshire

Tree planting in Upavon, Wiltshire will help to prevent future flooding and protect native species.

An initiative by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust to plant trees along a river bank in Upavon will help to repair the habitat for native species. A team of volunteers from Wessex Water were on hand to help with the tree planting which is part of a wider project to prevent future flooding in the area. Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is a charity working to protect the environment and inspire people to live more sustainably.

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