European Tree of the Year 2020

 

We are searching for trees with the most interesting stories

Voting will be open in February.

 

For ten years we have been searching for trees with the most interesting stories.

As of February 1st, you will be able to decide which arboreal gem will earn the title European Tree of the Year in 2020.

Finalists of the European Tree of the Year 2020

 
The Tree of Freedom
 
Belgium
The Venerable Oak in Novo Selo Village
 
Bulgaria
Ginkgo from Daruvar
 
Republic of Croatia
Guardian of the Flooded Village
 
Czech Republic
The Witch Tree
 
The Netherlands
The Multisecular Beech of Saint-Jammes
 
France
The Freedom Tree in Kaposvár
 
Hungary
Witch’s Yew Tree
 
Ireland
Oak Vallonea of Tricase
 
Italy
Elderberry Tree
 
Poland
The Chestnut Tree from Vales
 
Portugal
Multisecular Fir Tree - Guardian of Cibin
 
Romania
Lonely Poplar
 
Russian Federation
Precious Sorb Tree
 
Slovakia
The Three-Legged Spanish Oak
 
Spain
The Allerton Oak
 
United Kingdom
 

Rules of voting

 

Voting period: 1st February (00:00 CET) - 29th February (23:59 CET) 2020.

A person can only vote once using their personal e-mail address.

The voter always selects two candidates for the European Tree of the Year and confirms the vote.

Votes sent from disposable e-mail addresses are not allowed and will be cancelled.

Environmental Partnership Association  reserves the privilege to check if an e-mail address is used in line with the rules of the competition and if it is not, to delete such a vote.

In case the server gets overloaded with fraudulent votes, Nadace Partnerství, the organizer of the contest, reserves the privilege to stop the votes.

Personal data (e-mail addresses) are only used to identify voters and will not be used for other purposes or disclose to third parties unless you have chosen to receive the newsletter.

Environmental Partnership Association, the organizer of the contest, reserves the right to stop voting or change the rules of voting.

Every year, the European Tree of the Year voting brings

 
200 thousand people more aware of nature
 
attention and care for 16 trees
 
16 local communities united by one cause
 
16 countries proud of their natural heritage
 
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