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European Tree of the Year 2014


The Old Elm
77526 votes

The Giant Wild Pear of Gödöllő
36925 votes

Wybicki Oak at Będomin
16768 votes

Zechenter´s Garden Oak
10169 votes

The Guardian Oak of Višňová
8211 votes

The Bonsai Oak in Begard
4989 votes

Niel Gow's Oak
1740 votes

The Birr Castle Grey Poplar
1517 votes

The Oak at the Gate of the Dead
1093 votes

The Tree of Perfect Gaiety
689 votes

EPA is a consortium of six foundations from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. They support community based projects which objectives are to protect the environment and to support and build capacity in local communities. Over the last twenty years, the EPA has provided 10 million Euros of funding to these projects.

The Czech Environmental Partnership Foundation helps people take care of the environment. In 2002, it started the tradition of the Tree of the Year contest, a model that was later adopted by other European countries. The Foundation also seeks to involve people in tree planting programmes, in creating quality public spaces, in traffic calming initiatives, and in attracting sustainable tourism and cycling. It is located in the Open Garden Centre it has built in Brno, Czech Republic.
 


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