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March 10, 2015

Bluesky’s National Tree Map Helps Woodland Trust Develop Resilient Treescapes

Leicestershire, UK, March 10, 2015—The Woodland trust, the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, has purchased Bluesky’s National Tree Map that details more than 280 million trees across England and Wales. Created from Bluesky’s high resolution aerial photography, colour infrared data and height datasets, theNational Tree Map database provides details of the location, height and canopy / crown