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Cathy Fitzgerald has just blogged about the The Green Party in Ireland who have just launched itâ€™s Forest Policy (read the press release here). Â This new Policy argues that
â€œIrelandâ€™s public forests are at a point where, non clearfell, continuous cover forest systems need to be introduced and supported to fully realise the full long term economic, environmental and amenity values of Irelandâ€™s forests.â€
Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison would, we are sure, endorse this â€“ itâ€™s the sort of Policy that they were proposing in amongst other works, the Serpentine Lattice.
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