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Dorset Wildlife Trust

We have recently increased our manpower commitment to the Portland Living Landscapes Project, managed by the Dorset Wildlife Trust. As the project nears completion at the end of 2014, our team are removing and burning up to half a tonne of dead Cotoneaster integrifolius plants each day!

At present, we are working in Tout Quarry Sculpture Park and Dorset Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve. Here is Sean, empting another dumpy bag full of arisings into the fire.

The attached video clip gives an idea of the size of the plants we are removing from this site…

October 20th, 2014|Categories: Conservation, Ecology, Latest posts, Waste Management|
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