There are only days left now to register your vote for “Lady’s Tree” in the Scottish Tree of the Year 2014.
The competition, organised by the Woodland Trust, aims to highlight the incredible stories behind some of Scotland’s most iconic trees – none more so we would argue than the tree which has been home to our famous female osprey at Loch of the Lowes for nearly a quarter of a century!
Online voting closes this Sunday, 26th October so if you haven’t cast your vote yet then do so now by going to http://bit.ly/TreeoftheYear – Please note, one vote is allowed per email address.
The result of Scottish Tree of the Year 2014 will be announced on Thursday 30th October at an award reception in the Scottish Parliament. The winner will not only receive the Scottish Tree of the Year trophy but will also be put forward as Scotland’s entry into the European Tree of the Year competition for 2015.
So what are you waiting for? Get voting!
Laura Preston – Scottish Wildlife Trust, Falls of Clyde Ranger
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There are only days left now to register your vote for “Lady’s Tree” in the Scottish Tree of the Year 2014. The competition, organised by the Woodland Trust, aims to highlight …