Sounds sensible to me but I'm no expert. We have lots of moor here in Yorkshire

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On 25 Sep 2017, 12:31, at 12:31, ael <> wrote:
>On Thu, Feb 09, 2017 at 10:10:07AM +0000, SK53 wrote:
>> than anything they reflect that OSM as a project lacks good tags for
>> of these boreo-temperate upland features, and whilst that is true
>I have been changing some "heath" areas of Dartmoor to "moor". But I
>notice that the wiki claims that this is deprecated.
>Since most of these are large areas which really cover a variety of
>vegetation, I can't see that any of the "established" tags are really
>appropriate. "Moor" is exactly right.
>If forced to use the documentated tags, I would go for
>natural = grassland;wetland as the best approximation despite the
>fact that not everything is wet nor is grass.
>Of course, it only makes sense for coarse-grained approximate mapping,
>and more localised accurate tags are the ideal.
>Should "moor" or something similar be restored and supported by
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