Coppice woodland

Coppice woodland

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Credit: DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Coppice woodland in April, a traditional woodland management technique. Here some Ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) are left to grow and the remaining coppice trees are cut to ground every 10 years to provide a supply of small wood. The woodland is thus divided into a series of areas cut in different years, ensuring a continuous supply of wood. Photographed in Ashwellthorpe Wood, Norfolk, UK.

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Keywords: april, ash trees, ashwellthorpe wood, botanical, botany, continuous supply, coppice woodland, flora, flower, forestry, fraxinus excelsior, industry, norfolk, plant, renewable resource, traditional management technique, uk, united kingdom

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