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Kent Men of the Trees Following his return to England, after a career devoted to the replanting of trees in deforested areas of Africa, Richard St Barbe Baker established, in 1931, a group known as The Men of the Trees.
His enthusiasm for planting trees captured the minds of countless land-owners, countrymen and conservationists who realised that large areas of England were being deforested for commercial development with little or no thought for replanting; in particular the verges of newly established roads and highways appeared ugly, devoid of vegetation and liable to rain erosion.