The Great Northumberland Forest is a plan to plant millions of trees, creating more wooded landscapes across the county.
A school child's winning picture has been designed into a badge for the Great Northumberland Forest.
Rushy Knowe is a 145 hectare new woodland in Kielder Forest. Forestry England saw the opportunity to use an area of upland hill grazing land and decided to take it back from agricultural use to create new forest. The aim was to create a modern, well-designed, and commercially sustainable area of multi-purpose forest, for the benefit of people, for nature and for the economy.
Watch the You Tube video about Rushy Knowe here (5 mins).
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