Some articles on trees, planted, tree, trees planted:
... on 21 November 2006, the Leader of Tameside Council announced that 4,500 trees had already been planted, increasing to 10,000 to compensate for the loss of trees when the bypass is built ... The council leader also claimed that each tree planted would offset 75 kg of CO2 per annum ... This figure—for trees to be planted in northern England—is 3.5 times greater than that for trees planted in tropical rainforests ...
... of natural colonization of abandoned agricultural fields by trees ... can be significantly accelerated by hand planting of tree seedlings, and this is being done in select areas ... Only offspring of trees from the local area are planted in the Arb, to maintain genetic similarity to nearby forests ...
... park in the United States and is home the nation's' largest collection of cherry blossom trees, with about 4,300 ... Japan gave 3,020 cherry blossom trees as a gift to the United States in 1912 to celebrate the nations' then-growing friendship, replacing an earlier gift of 2000 trees ... These trees were planted in Sakura Park in Manhattan and line the shore of the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C ...
... footprint of their products/services, through the planting of trees ... Nottingham Bar and Grill all of which plant a single tree for each bill presented to diners ... Organisations and Charities across the Developing world to provide education and fruit trees to some of the world’s poorest communities ...
... The groundwork was undertaken in June and July 1918 with the first dedication of trees on 3 August 1918 ... Nearly 390 trees were planted in the first stage ... A second planting took place on 15 February 1919 with a further 110 trees planted ...
Famous quotes containing the words planted and/or trees:
“Our reliance is in the love of liberty which God has planted in our bosoms. Our defense is in the preservation of the spirit which prizes liberty as the heritage of all men, in all lands, every where.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“The nectar and ambrosia, are withheld;
And in the midst of spoils and slaves, we thieves
And pirates of the universe, shut out
Daily to a more thin and outward rind,
Turn pale and starve. Therefore, to our sick eyes,
The stunted trees look sick, the summer short,
Clouds shade the sun, which will not tan our hay,
And nothing thrives to reach its natural term;”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)