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This approach represents a crucial element within a multi-tiered approach to restoration, ranging from complete rewilding to localised tactics such as applied nucleation, which establishes focal areas for biodiversity recovery through the singular or clustered planting of mixed shrubs
and trees. 

Within strategic restoration, each tree plays a pivotal role in shaping the resilience, functions, and services of the ecosystem, influencing everything from soil microorganisms to seed-dispersing animals and birds.
When incentivised and implemented correctly, strategic restoration can create biodiverse forests, with enhanced tree growth and ecosystem stability. Since they adapt better to changing environmental conditions and are less vulnerable to diseases, insect attacks, and the increasing risks of extreme weather events, they represent a real solution for tackling the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss. An opportunity to balance a strong economic model with an ecological outcome.

Strategic restoration adopts a whole system approach to ecosystem management, recognising that success lies not only in individual tree choices, but also in their alignment within the broader ecological context. 

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