Protected Tree List.
Jun 28, State law protects cypress trees along Florida's waterways, but it has been up to the courts to enforce the regulations.
Landowners can cut down cypress trees on their land, but trees below the high-water mark are considered state property and are protected. Click to see full answer. Subsequently, one may also ask, is it illegal to cut cypress knees in Florida?
Does cutting cypress knees hurt the tree?
The Warren S. Henderson Wetland Protection Act, passed by the Florida legislature inprevents any forestry activity that significantly changes the wetlands or impairs the flow and of water in, around or through a wetland. Extensive logging or clear-cutting of cypress trees would violate this act.
Apr 13, Yes, a landowner has the legal right to trim branches and limbs that extend onto their property line. However, Florida law allows tree trimming only up to your property line, and trimming is prohibited if it requires access to the neighbor's property or if it will destroy the tree. Are bald cypress trees protected?