Ten billion trees

According to research carried out by Aksel Granhus of the Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute there are more than ten billion trees in Norway. That works out at fifteen thousand trees per head of population. The estimate including all saplings and seedlings is around eighty billion trees.

Well that will give us something to aim for with our new chainsaw!

Reported in the Hallingdølen 22/11/2012

2 thoughts on “Ten billion trees

  1. Well, you can start right in your back garden, the local Council permitting! And then you shall have all the fuel needed for the cold, cold winters ahead! And all that healthy air! Me, xx

    “Ten billion of trees
    for five million Norwegians
    pure air and wood fires.”

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