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… 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?!!!
SEE ITS VALUES
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!
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  1. 1. … TREES? YOU SEE…
  2. 2. I see…
  3. 3. … a park,
  4. 4. … a home,
  5. 5. I see…
  6. 6. … a camouflage,
  7. 7. … a need for survival.
  8. 8. … a bearer of fruits to come,
  9. 9. … a safe sanctuary.
  10. 10. I see…
  11. 11. … a filter for the air we breathe and carbon dioxide absorber.
  12. 12. … a cooler and cleaner city,
  13. 13. … privacy with landscaped borders and boundaries,
  14. 14. The natural windbreaker and sound barrier. … peace.
  15. 15. … an investment. Landscaped homes are more valuable.
  16. 16. We see…
  17. 17. … a shady spot. Romance.
  18. 18. I see…
  19. 19. … fun! Shhhh !!! We are playing hide and seek.
  20. 20. I see Mummy’s baby container.
  21. 21. There is water inside this container. But you can’t kiss this one.
  22. 22. I learn that trees store some of the rain water . Trees can reduce the possibility of flooding.
  23. 23. I remember the first tree we planted in our home. I see…
  24. 24. The favorite choice… … the nostalgia.
  25. 25. … to remember a loved one by.
  26. 26. I see with passing of time…
  27. 27. … a big difference.
  28. 28. They don’t grow here like they used to.
  29. 29. Don’t you see that too?!!!
  30. 30. SEE ITS VALUES
  31. 31. Feel it! Smell it!
  32. 32. A season of new beginnings. You hear that too?
  33. 33. I can’t wait to taste that!
  34. 34. A walk at the park is so refreshing.
  35. 35. There are many herbal remedies from trees that many are unaware of.
  36. 36. can affect climate change… unsustainable deforestation
  37. 37. climate change can and will affect our lives…
  38. 38. Save plant life for our future.
  39. 39. Can you teach me how?
  40. 40. You can grow them from seeds.
  41. 41. Collect seeds from your friends and neighbours. Watch them grow in your garden.
  42. 42. Don’t throw away your cuttings. I trim excess growth regularly to encourage new growth.
  43. 43. Find a vase. Empty bottles will do too…
  44. 44. Fill them up with water. About 3/4 full will do.
  45. 45. Place cuttings in. Experiment will all kinds of cuttings. Will this work?
  46. 46. It takes about 5 days to see roots beginning to grow. Be Patient
  47. 47. Let’s grow more!
  48. 48. 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
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