Public must tell Network Rail to stop tree felling, says charity
The Woodland Trust is asking people to make their voices heard over rail company’s plans to cut down thousands of trees
The Woodland Trust is calling on the public to raise its voice over the management of the trees along Network Rail lines to stop thousands being cut down without good reason.
Dr Nick Atkinson, senior conservation advisor for the trust, says the rail company must be held to account for the way it manages the millions of trees along its routes and that concerns had been raised by the public about how many were being felled.
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Source: Guardian Transport
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