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75,000 hectares of wild forest in Denmark


The Danish Nature Agency announced that they are in the process of establishing 75,000 hectares of untouched forest in 37 state-owned forests across Denmark. 

  • You can read on this website what changes will happen in the “wild forest” space. 
  • In short, the forests will look less uniform, space will be made for native species, cattle and horses will once again be allowed in the forest, there will be more water streams, dead trees will not be removed, new habitats will be created, and wood production will stop.
Narcis George Matache
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Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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