Friday April 26th is Arbor Day. It is a holiday in which people are encouraged to plant trees. Learn more here: ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION
Arbor day is a celebration of trees. During photosynthesis, trees release oxygen while they absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. They need carbon dioxide to grow, making each tree a natural pollution filter for the planet.
Arbor day is a celebration of trees on the last Friday in April. Plant some trees, they release oxygen as they absorb carbon dioxide during photosynthesis. They need carbon dioxide to grow, making each tree a natural pollution filter for the planet. Read more here: ARBOR DAY FRIDAY
Arbor day celebrates trees! Plant some trees. In 1854, J. Sterling Morton moved from Detroit, Michigan to the area that is now Nebraska. He and other pioneers new to the area noticed a lack of trees, which they needed as windbreaks, to stabilize the soil, and to give shade from the sun. Morton planted many… Read More ARBOR DAY FRIDAY