Government's new plan to protect England's forests
The government has announced that it will not sell off publicly owned forests in England.
It says it will create a new public body that will protect the nation's forests for future generations.
The report published by the Independent Panel on Forestry also called for woodland cover to increase from 10% to 15% by the year 2060.
Joe asked wildlife expert Chris Packham why he thinks woodland is important for the country's wildlife.