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It belonged to nature, then it belonged to man, now it belongs to nature again –after one of the largest projects of its kind. The Skjern River Delta in West Jutland in Denmark has seen many changes over the last few decades. Originally it was a wetland area used for grazing cattle, where man and nature co-existed. But around 50 years ago all that changed. Mayenna Linneman is a land architect for the Danish Forest and Nature Agency…

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