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Forestry is no threat to wildlife on Mull


I am writing to reassure residents and anyone connected with Mull that there is no threat to wildlife in the area as a result of the trees that are being planted. In fact, working with the local community and land owners to protect the local environment is central to our operations.

Our work on Mull has been extensive and positive. It has included: helping to provide solutions to exporting timber from Mull to the mainland and Ireland; helping to minimise impacts on fragile roads by designing low-impact timber trucks, and creating forest design plans that help both community and private clients achieve their objectives for their forests.

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