ASNW

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AcronymDefinition
ASNWAncient Semi-Natural Woodland (UK)
ASNWAuto Service Nieuw Walden (Dutch: New Walden Car Service; Nederhorst den Berg, Netherlands)
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5 mile wander through this White Rose Forest (a partnership between five local authorities in West Yorkshire and public and voluntary organisations), one of the county's largest remaining ancient semi-natural woodland areas.
Hundreds of residents have signed a petition opposing the scheme, but the trust says the development would result in damage and loss to Queens Wood, an area of ancient semi-natural woodland.
The walk takes visitors through ancient semi-natural woodland which is managed by the National Park Authority and is a haven for wildlife.
Maintain the current extent of ancient semi-natural woodland of 8,200 acres.
They will also link areas of ancient semi-natural woodland at Bassleton Woods and Preston Hall.
At Harrowbog there's already the largest area of ancient semi-natural woodland in Northumberland National Park.
Today we are working at Saltburn Gill, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and an ancient semi-natural woodland (meaning there has been woodland on this site for at least 400 years).
A management plan has been drawn up to protect and conserve wildlife on the estate, which includes stretches of the River Blyth and ancient semi-natural woodland.
Saltburn Gill, an ancient semi-natural Woodland, set in a deep coastal valley is one such area where a group of volunteers are now regularly supporting the work of the TVWT.
The cattle are grazing pastures amid ancient semi-natural woodland at Glenamara Park, near Glenridding in Patterdale, as part of a habitat management plan agreed between Defra and the grazier; a tenant of the National Trust.
Chairman Kevin Curran, 49, from Old Swan said: "The site is one of two ancient semi-natural woodlands in the city, because it supports so much wildlife, and was designated as a legally protected Local Nature Reserve in 2005.
We selected four ancient semi-natural woodlands, of varying size, in eastern England, each supporting regionally important communities of ancient woodland plant species.
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