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Cash to restore woodland sites

Two environmentally important Highland woodland areas are set to benefit from more than £135,000 over the next three years to help rid them of invasive, non-native plants.

A grant will enable charity Coille Alba to restore habitats in broadleaf and mixed woodlands around Glen Urquhart and the River Nairn.

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