North Herts District Council (NHDC) is inviting people who live in North Hertfordshire to let them know if they would like to receive a free tree.
Up to 10,000 tree saplings will be given away to people who live in the district in the autumn.
NHDC is asking people to register their interest now if they would like to receive a tree sapling, so they are ready to distribute the trees in the autumn.
Tree species will include field maple, silver birch, common white birch, hornbeam, hazel, common hawthorn, beech, sweet cherry, bird cherry, mountain ash and lime.
Cllr Steve Jarvis, NHDC Executive Member for Environment said: “We are really pleased we are able to provide local people with the opportunity to receive a free tree. Each tree sapling planted locally will help in the fight against climate change in the district and will benefit local biodiversity for years to come. Tree saplings will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so do register your interest early to avoid disappointment.”
To register your interest in receiving a free tree, you must live in North Hertfordshire and have a suitable place to plant a tree. Please email Green.Space@north-herts.gov.uk with the following information:
– Your full name, postal address and email address
– Would you like a tree that can grow in a small, medium or large space