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The New Forest boasts many varieties of tree, some native species, such as oak, ash, beech and silver birch, as well as introduced species which call the Forest their home.

Over the years, trees have been used for many things in the New Forest. They provide us with shelter, fodder for cattle, food for humans, and charcoal for fire.

They have also been hewn into some fantastic items, including furniture, musical instruments, toys, bowls and sculptures.

They are havens for wildlife, and the fascinating world of fungi depends on them too. Trees also play an important role in combating climate change by capturing harmful carbon emissions from the air around us.

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