Michigan is searching for the perfect Christmas tree to stand outside the Capitol building this year.
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget launched the search for the Christmas tree on Monday.
To be nominated, trees must meet a specific criteria.
The tree must be a spruce or fir and at least 55 feet tall.
It also has to be easily accessible from the road, with no interference from wires.
The tree’s owner must also donate it at no cost.
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget will work with the Michigan Association of Timbermen and the Great Lakes Time Professionals Association to get the tree to Lansing.
State officials are requesting nominations by July 30.
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