Planting trees in woodland gaps at Mulgrave
The Mulgrave Estate have made a start on its’ seasonal tree planting programme recently. A number of areas across the Estate are being planted with native tree species to link existing woodlands together to provide wildlife corridors and strengthen landscape quality and character. A total of 3,500 trees will be planted on six parcels of land and will consist of saplings such as English Oak, Alder, Field Maple, Holly, Yew, Scots Pine, Hazel and Beech.
When complete the total area covered with trees will be just short of 4 hectares. The areas planted have been in discussed and agreed with the Forestry Commission and Natural England.