Even better, once we have a winning tree from each country’s public vote, a panel of experts will select one of the four trees to go forward to represent the UK in the European Tree of the Year competition.
Voting is open until noon on 27 September 2019 and you can only vote for one tree in each country.
In the meantime, we looked through the awesome candidates and have included below our favs!
What do you reckon?
The Kingley Vale Great Yew, Chichester
The Old Sweet Chestnut of Pontypool
The last ent of Affric
The Brooke Park Nobbly Tree, Londonderry
ACT NOW! "The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it"Robert Swann
Artists, we need you!
Our aim is collecting artistic output from anyone who wants to show their support and raise awareness for various causes. We deal with environmental issues such as plastic micro beads pollution, to deforestation in Indonesia or the air we breathe in our cities.