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Recent study argues wild food is an important ecosystem service

Monday, 13 April 2015 Posted in StarTree, News

wild food 540In a recent study, researchers looked at the importance of wild food at EU level by gathering data on the availability, use and benefits of wild game, mushrooms and other plants. The study claims that that, in addition to the nutritional and economic value, wild food holds great cultural significance.

Featured Regional Case Study - Scotland

Scotland has a very low proportion of forest cover compared with most of Europe, and much of this is conifer plantations which are harvested by clear-felling.

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    Camille Evard

    Foreco Technologies S.L. (FORECO), Involved with Regional Case Study and Action Research

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonst ration under grant agreement No. 311919

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