The LaRue County Conservation District is hosting a “Big Tree Contest.”
It’s got to be really big – in height, in circumference, in crown spread.
The contest is being used to promote forestry and interest in trees, said Division of Forestry Chief Forester Robert Bean. Similar contests in Hart and Hardin Counties drew entries of about 40 trees each.
“We may run into state record trees while (conducting the contest),” said Bean. “Maybe not the eventual winner for the county, but for its species.”
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