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Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Red House Park is part of the Black Country Urban Forest as indicated on a plaque at the edge of the park near Wilderness Lane.

The Urban Forest is a patchwork of hundreds of small woodlands and individual trees in streets, parks and gardens across the West Midlands.It is the UK's most ambitious example of urban forestry. The Urban Forest is home to a wide variety of wildlife and is turning a major industrial area green. In a positive contribution to sustainable development, thousands of new trees have been planted, hundreds of young woodlands are taking root and much-loved existing woodlands are being cared for, making a real contribution to the regeneration of the region's environment, to the economy and to the community. This was part of a £7,583,564 project

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