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Following the success of our original Miyawaki Forest project. In 2023 North Norfolk District Council provided funding and worked with local communities to plant more Miyawaki Forests in the following locations:
- Beeston Hall School
- Warren Woods in Cromer
In the original Government-funded research project, we divided the forest plots in half, with one side planted using the Miyawaki method and the other using a standard planting method.
Our Community Miyawaki Forest project is not part of this research project. So we have been able to plant the whole area using the Miyawaki method, which should result in faster and stronger growth across the entire plot.
Shrubs and tree planted
Species vary across the different sites but include some or all of the following:
|Shrub (smallest species)||Sub-tree||Tree||Canopy (largest species)|
|Blackthorn||Common hawthorn||Field Maple||Aspen|
|Dog rose||Crab apple||Goat Willow||Hornbeam|
|Guelder rose||Hazel||Rowan||Sessile oak|
|Spindle||Small-leaved Lime||Silver birch|
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