Tree week is next week!

Published by Amelia Boyden on

March 2nd, 2016


Tree week is next week and it has been celebrated officially since 1985.  Its celebrated from the 6th to the 13th of March.  Many people celebrate it by going to information gatherings or they plant their own tree in their garden. The main thing is for people to learn more about trees and the important ecosystem services they provide and to educate others about them. As they are the most important plant on this earth.


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Amelia Boyden

Amelia is currently studying 'Languages and European Studies ' and intends to study 'International Development and Food Policy'.