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Free Trees

We have 420 harvestable  trees, to create a community orchard around Settle Area.

We will produce a map with the tree locations on. The idea is to have these as public access trees for harvesting, when they have grown. Thus, please ensure that they are planted in an area where you have permission to plant, and that the public could access to harvest them. Eg, it could be on a perimeter wall of your own / business property, or in your front garden, if you don’t mind people coming in. Or, in a public flower bed etc.

They are currently small saplings, that will grow, as per the information on the page below.

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