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Wood you make a tree warden?

Wood you make a tree warden?

Could you help look after the trees in your street?  Residents and community groups interested in getting more involved in the planting and/or maintenance of trees are being encouraged to join Kingston Council’s new tree warden programme. Those who sign up will play an active role in conserving and enhancing trees in their area, helping

Could you help look after the trees in your street?

 Residents and community groups interested in getting more involved in the planting and/or maintenance of trees are being encouraged to join Kingston Council’s new tree warden programme.

Those who sign up will play an active role in conserving and enhancing trees in their area, helping organise planting events, watering, monitoring and reporting diseased, decayed and damaged trees, as well as helping raise funds to sponsor trees.

Between now and March 2020, the council is planting more than 600 trees across the borough, prioritising areas of poor air quality, including near schools, areas where there are fewer trees, and where they have had requests from residents.

Visit www.kingston.gov.uk/tree-warden-scheme

Trees in Lovelace Road

Trees in Lovelace Road

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