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Argyll and Bute Council

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… such as alder, willow, oak, aspen and blackthorn the planting will support local flora and fauna, creating natural habitats for native species to thrive, supporting commitments to deliver biodiversity net gain and compensatory planting on all its major projects 5.6 The awards the project has recently been shortlisted for are; (1) Scottish Renewables Green Energy Awards (2) RSPB Nature of Scotland…

species to thrive, supporting commitments to deliver biodiversity net 5.5 The planting is native and contributes to Argyll's rainforest, also known as Atlantic woodland or Celtic rainforest (which is high value carbon sequestration), is a unique and rare habitat of ancient and native woodland, open glades, boulders, rocky cliffs and river gorges. By planting native species such as alder, willow, oak…

…, aspen and blackthorn the planting will support local flora and fauna, creating natural habitats for native species to thrive, supporting commitments to deliver biodiversity net 5.5 The planting is native and contributes to Argyll's rainforest, also known as Atlantic woodland or Celtic rainforest (which is high value carbon sequestration), is a unique and rare habitat of ancient and native woodland…

…, open glades, boulders, rocky cliffs and river gorges. By planting native species such as alder, willow, oak, aspen and blackthorn the planting will support local flora and fauna, creating natural habitats for native species to thrive, supporting commitments to deliver biodiversity net 5.5 The planting is native and contributes to Argyll's rainforest, also known as Atlantic woodland or Celtic…

… rainforest (which is high value carbon sequestration), is a unique and rare habitat of ancient and native woodland, open glades, boulders, rocky cliffs and river gorges. By planting native species such as alder, willow, oak, aspen and blackthorn the planting will support local flora and fauna, creating natural habitats for native species to thrive, supporting commitments to deliver biodiversity net

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