A new sort of salvage company arose. They took away the fences of neighbourhoods for sale in reclamation yards to the highest bidder and used the proceeds to instal a conservation woodland where the gardens were. Once the prices of wood would not have supported such a project, yet since we banned making paper and furniture from new wood there were blossoming reclamation yards. The salvage companies benefited nature, contributing to rewilding, it reduced tree felling and improved community mental health. The new neighbourhood conservation zones were also planted with fruit and nut trees to increase nutritional outcomes.