British Wildlife 21.5 June 2010

Ghosts in our grasslands. Lessons from abroad – a look at the management of grasslands in Transylvania

Conservation of our British species-rich grassland has been failing despite tremendous on the part of the Goverment agencies and the NGO sector. The fragmentation and disappearance of our semi-natural grasslands is reasonably well known (Blackstock et al. 1999), and loss of sites is still continuing under agricultural intensification, with the increasing isolation of our best grassland sites. 

The importance of open-grown trees – from acorn to ancient Wildlife reports
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