Yorkshire Water investigates tree planting in flood prone valley

Up to 200,000 new trees could be planted on Yorkshire Water’s estate in the Calder Valley as part of its natural flood management activities

by Rachel Salvidge
The moors above the reservoir could be planted to prevent flooding. Photograph: Yorkshire Water
The moors above the reservoir could be planted to prevent flooding. Photograph: Yorkshire Water

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