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Birth Trees

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  • 17-03-2018 12:23am
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    Registered Users Posts: 1


    Hi, I am looking for anyone who has information on a plantation of trees in Tipperary. There was a tree planted for me when I was born and I have lost the piece of paper that says the name of the forestry and the code of the tree so I can find it. I would very much appreciate any sort of information anyone knows so that I could find and locate this tree. Thanks.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 254 ✭✭Track9


    dsturdy99 wrote: »
    Hi, I am looking for anyone who has information on a plantation of trees in Tipperary. There was a tree planted for me when I was born and I have lost the piece of paper that says the name of the forestry and the code of the tree so I can find it. I would very much appreciate any sort of information anyone knows so that I could find and locate this tree. Thanks.
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    Am wondering if the Millenium Project is the place to look.
    These trees planted by Coillte on behalf of the citizens of Ireland 1999/ 2000.
    Apparently, the location followed electoral register & best way to locate is to find a family near you with a Cert & then work back from their tree.
    Long Shot, but no doubt there's someone in Coillte who might know whom to contact.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,289 ✭✭✭Melodeon


    Here's the Millennium Forests project website, click through to the forest locator page:
    http://www.millenniumforests.com/index.html


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