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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Greece's island of Crete puts a five-year ban on the collection of a variety of wild herbs

 

Forestry officials on the Greek island of Crete have slapped a five-year ban on the collection of a variety of wild herbs snipped to near-extinction, the state-run ANA agency said Monday.
The forestry department of Hania, one of the island's main towns, placed restrictions on picking sage, marjoram, oregano and sideritis, better known as Cretan mountain tea, in protected areas.
The department has outlawed the piecemeal uprooting of the plants until the end of 2018

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