STOP THE BUTCHERY OF TREES IN IRELAND
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Over the last few months in particular I have witnessed the butchery of trees in Ireland.
Tipperary seems to be butchered more than any other county in Ireland. I would believe that it is because of the heritage of Co. Tipperary, especially by the Rock of Cashel being the second my visited monument in Ireland.
Dundrum Woods has been taken down and the trees in Dundrum Village have been cut back to mere branches.
Recently a forest in Galway was set on fire.
The trees leading to the Cashel library have again being cut back to branches as have others around the town.
It seems that the mature trees are wide affected and chunks are taken off them, they couldn't look worse. It also appears the schools and libraries are affected as are the local roads (not main roads).
We need to stop this immediately as they are making a laughing stock of the Irish, what must the tourists think?
Let's stop this today ...!!!
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