Arbor Day National Arbor Day is the last Friday in April each year. it’s a day for planting trees learning about trees and enjoying trees. People say the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago the second best time is now.
Each state celebrates Arbor Day at the best time for planting trees. for example in Florida Arbor Day is the third Friday in January in Maine it is the third week in May.
why are trees important
Why are trees important to us a few answers
- Trees make oxygen that people and other animals breathe.
- Trees take carbon dioxide out of the air.
- Trees are homes for birds monkeys squirrels toads insects and many other animals
- Trees hold soil with their roots rain cannot wash away the soil that the roots hold
- Trees protect the buildings around them they hold back wind in the winter and make shade in the summer
- Trees lower the cost of heating and air conditioning
- We use wood from trees to make paper build houses and furniture and many other things
some trees have fruit and nuts for animals and people to eat wood from trees can be used as a fuel to cook food and heat homes trees are beautiful to look at people in hospitals get better faster when they can see trees out of their windows find out.
when your state celebrates Arbor Day at you can learn the best ways to plant trees and take care of them you can learn how to identify trees by their shape leaves or seeds
Happy Arbor Day April 26th is Arbor Day in the US
this is a day when we celebrate trees and plants and are encouraged to plant and care for trees, it serves as a reminder to exactly the role that trees play in our environment in our lives preys on integral component of our survival and even though we know that they help our and contribute you know to the absorption of co2 under a lot of things.
we don’t know about trees just in everyday life that people are aware of the trees, trees are such a valuable part of our life and many cultures acknowledge this at least 30 other countries around the world celebrate Arbor Day which is also known as the day of 3m Arbor comes from the Latin world Arbor which means three. so a lot of cultures acknowledge and how important trees are in our society and to all beings really for our survival.
I’ve always had a special connection with trees I know that some of my ancestors really were connected with trees and had some spiritual worship or you know spiritual connection to trees and even when I was really little like four or five years old I would like to run over to trees and hug them and kiss them and say I love you tree and I really didn’t know why I’ve always felt so connected to trees.
Benefits of Trees.
first, we’re going to talk about the benefits of trees and just exactly how they contribute to our society there’s an organization called three people and they outline very well a lot of the things that trees do for us. I’m sure this isn’t an exhaustive list but this is a top 22 benefits of trees we’re going to talk about for Arbor Day.
thanks to three people that org you can find out a lot about trees and resources for planting trees rain banks tree pest and treat diseases a lot of information time to the care and maintenance of trees here are the 22 best reasons to plan and care for trees or defend trees standing on three people they also care about.
keeping trees from getting cut down obviously is something that we’re very concerned about in terms of environmental sustaining and caring for the environment unless the tree has a disease or something is toxic about it, of course, you don’t want it to be cut down and the bigger reasons why a tree should not be cut down and best reasons to plant in here for trees in our environment.
trees combat the climate change which many of us know excess carbon dioxide CO tools caused by many factors is building up in our atmosphere and contributing to climate change. Trees absorb co2 removing and storing the carbon while releasing the oxygen back into the air.
In one year an anchor of mature trees absorbs the amount of co2 produced when you drive your car 26,000 miles, that’s a lot of zeros trees came the air they absorb odors and pollutant gases like nitrogen oxides ammonia sulfur dioxide and ozone and filter particulates out of the air by trapping them on their leaves.
bark trees provide oxygen and one year in April of mature trees can provide enough oxygen for 18 people 3 is called the streets and the city average temperatures enough Angeles have risen 6 degrees Fahrenheit in the last 50 years as the tree coverage has declined and the number of heat-absorbing roads and buildings has increased.
we reduce carbon dioxide and other pollution emissions from power plants trees save water shade from trees slows water evaporation from thirsty lawns. most newly planted trees need only 15 gallons of water a week as trees transpired they increase atmospheric moisture.
trees help prevent water pollution trees reduce runoff by breaking rainfall thus allowing the water to flow down the trunk and into the earth below. all the street that you like or tree in your neighborhood that you like or and you know spend some time amongst trees and weekends relating to that and see how it changes your mood changes your day your attitude for me it’s it does change definitely like there’s a park at I neighborhood and whenever I even walk past it like whatever I’m next to the trees it just like uplifts my entire
let’s keep the world circulating growing sharing and living the best life possible knowing that when we give we allow the free flow of receiving thank you so much for being the reason why we do what we do for you for the world no one is living