St Albans author promises to plant a tree for every reader
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An author from St Albans has pledged to plant a tree for every person who buys his new book Canopy Harvest.
Woody Hayday, who was brought up in the city, has bought a plot in Wales to plant the trees.
He said: “I’m very concerned about global warming and environmental stability.
“I thought it would be brilliant to give something back to the planet when I launched my novel, and so I have grown more than 250 saplings and plan to use them to create a forest of fruit and nut trees.”
Woody, who attended Oaklands College, promises anyone who buys a copy before Friday, April 7 will have a tree dedicated to them.
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He has said he is looking at buying another plot in Herts to plant trees for when his next book comes out.
Canopy Harvest, is out tomorrow (Thursday).
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