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The central area of West Jutland in Denmark is characterised by fjords, lush meadows, lagoons, long sandy beaches and dunes.
But it was originally a very poor area, with large, shallow fjords, reed beds and the odd meadow. The inhabitants lived in poverty surviving mainly from fishing, a small amount of farming and salvage from ships wrecked off the coast. But all this has changed, poverty is a thing of the past and the farmers have rich land on which to grow their crops. And according to Gert Alsted from the Danish Nature Protection Society, its all thanks to the English…

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