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Poland eyes European Tree of the Year title

14.02.2020 16:18
Alongside such beauties as the Witch Tree from the Netherlands, the Guardian of the Flooded Village from the Czech Republic and the Three Legged Spanish oak, a Polish contender is vying for the title of European Tree of the Year 2020.
Image by Martin Winkler from Pixabay
Image by Martin Winkler from Pixabay Pixabay License

Voting in the competition is being held online and the final verdict will be delivered at a ceremony in Brussels on March 17.

Agnieszka Bielawska talks to Jacek Bożek, the founder and head of Gaja Klub, one of the oldest organisations dealing with environmental protection and animal rights in Poland.

Gaja Klub organises a local tree of the year competition, selecting a candidate for the European Tree of the Year contest...