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Pennine PeatLIFE is funded by the EU LIFE programme with match funding from Yorkshire Water, United Utilities, Northumbrian Water and the Environment Agency. Pennine PeatLIFE is led by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership in collaboration with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Forest of Bowland AONB Partnership.


Is sphagnum the most important plant on earth? We think it is! Watch this video to find out why sphagnum carbon-capturing qualities can help us fight climate change @NatResWales @EU_ENV @LIFEprogramme @visitsnowdonia @WelshGovernment @wgmin_rural https://t.co/pBi6HN7EyR

Our oldest trees are (arguably) 2,000 years old; our oldest peat bog has been storing Sphagnum moss carbon for 20,000 years. 'Ancient' forest is defined as 600 years old; our 'typical' peat bogs are 2,000 to 8,000 years old, storing more carbon than even the original wildwood. https://t.co/rXFyAhU2ef

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