Big trees sought for contest in Londonderry

LONDONDERRY - The Londonderry Conservation Commission is looking for big trees once again. The town already has the biggest white pine in Vermont and the biggest hemlock in the country. The Conservation Commission is looking for help from the public to help find other trees.

People are encouraged to submit discoveries into the commission's contest. The commission is requesting that people enter their discoveries into their contest. While interested in apple trees and maples, but they are looking for spectacular trees in every genus.

Trees must be growing and living in the town of Londonderry. The property owner must know his/her tree is being submitted. Entries will all be inspected, and winners will be announced on April 26.

Entries should be submitted to or Those interested in entering may also call Mark Wright at 824-6402 or Irwin Kuperberg at 824-6919.


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