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...is to help to plant 700,000 trees across Leicestershire – a tree for every person, over the next ten years. We’re doing this so that our vital urban and rural treescapes can thrive - for now and for future generations.
You can apply for free trees and hedges as part of a scheme to replace those lost to diseases.
You can also contact us, if a county council owned tree is causing an obstruction or danger to road users or pedestrians or is damaging property.
Anyone in the county with a suitable piece of land to plant can apply for the free trees
The council’s Forestry & Arboriculture team take care of over 321,000 trees across the county
Spotlight shines on council's leading efforts to tackle deadly tree disease
The council is working in partnership with North West Leicestershire District Council and Earthwatch UK to plan the miniature woodland on the Hermitage Recreation Ground in Whitwick
Community groups are being encouraged to apply for the free orchard packs
People are being urged to do their bit by giving young trees a much-needed water
Ash dieback has wiped out thousands of ash trees across the UK
It's a major step forward in the drive to plant one tree for every person in the county
Tree wardens help protect trees by reporting pests, disease and vandalism and help look out for opportunities to plant more trees in the local community.
The council is now calling upon other organisations and groups across the county to sign up and play their part in combating climate change
The project aims to produce around 20,000 trees per year
The map details every Tree Preservation Order (TPO) managed by Leicestershire County Council