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You see trees?

You see trees?



See trees with your senses.

See trees with your senses.



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    You see trees? You see trees? Presentation Transcript

    • … TREES? YOU SEE…
    • I see…
    • … a park,
    • … a home,
    • I see…
    • … a camouflage,
    • … a need for survival.
    • … a bearer of fruits to come,
    • … a safe sanctuary.
    • I see…
    • … a filter for the air we breathe and carbon dioxide absorber.
    • … a cooler and cleaner city,
    • … privacy with landscaped borders and boundaries,
    • The natural windbreaker and sound barrier. … peace.
    • … an investment. Landscaped homes are more valuable.
    • We see…
    • … a shady spot. Romance.
    • I see…
    • … fun! Shhhh !!! We are playing hide and seek.
    • I see Mummy’s baby container.
    • There is water inside this container. But you can’t kiss this one.
    • I learn that trees store some of the rain water . Trees can reduce the possibility of flooding.
    • I remember the first tree we planted in our home. I see…
    • The favorite choice… … the nostalgia.
    • … to remember a loved one by.
    • I see with passing of time…
    • … a big difference.
    • They don’t grow here like they used to.
    • Don’t you see that too?!!!
    • Feel it! Smell it!
    • A season of new beginnings. You hear that too?
    • I can’t wait to taste that!
    • A walk at the park is so refreshing.
    • There are many herbal remedies from trees that many are unaware of.
    • can affect climate change… unsustainable deforestation
    • climate change can and will affect our lives…
    • Save plant life for our future.
    • Can you teach me how?
    • You can grow them from seeds.
    • Collect seeds from your friends and neighbours. Watch them grow in your garden.
    • Don’t throw away your cuttings. I trim excess growth regularly to encourage new growth.
    • Find a vase. Empty bottles will do too…
    • Fill them up with water. About 3/4 full will do.
    • Place cuttings in. Experiment will all kinds of cuttings. Will this work?
    • It takes about 5 days to see roots beginning to grow. Be Patient
    • Let’s grow more!
    • Inspired By: http://www.slideshare.net/event/blog-action-day-2009 http://www.treesaregood.com/treecare/tree_benefits.aspx Shared On: http://www.slideshare.net/GreenBeingNancy http:// greenbeingnancy.blogspot.com / Created with thanks to: MS clipart artists discovered The Greatest Expression