💭When looking at the trees, you may have noticed that most trees are rather young (<75years). During the second World War the trees were removed to make a clear view on the river (strategical) and to use as burning wood. After the war, new trees were planted to stabilize the soil. Now, the trees are growing too large. Their foliage catches so much light that little ground cover can develop, which has a negative impact on the prevention of erosion. As a land manager, you are asked to find a solution for this. What would you suggest and why?