Woods to the rescue

16th October 2009 at 01:00

Pupils from 20 primary schools across Mid and North Wales will discuss how woodlands can play a role in tackling climate change at an event in Snowdonia later this month.

The Woodlands for Learning Children's Conference, organised by the Forestry Commission Wales, aims to canvass the views of pupils as part of the Assembly government's Woodlands for Wales strategy.

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