Please post a story, picture or an encouraging thought for reforestation around the world!
August 22, 2016
September 6, 2016 at 12:25 am
This organization is great it inspires me and and my fellow Beaxbatons
It gives information and helped me to become more environmentaly friendly GO TREES GO TREES GO
December 23, 2016 at 5:29 pm
Thank you for the Harry Potter post here is some in formation from their website about wood for wands.
“The following description of the powers and properties of various wand woods are taken from notes made, over a long career, by Mr Garrick Ollivander, widely considered the best wandmaker in the world. As will be seen, Mr Ollivander believes that wand wood has almost human powers of perception and preferences.
Mr Ollivander introduces his notes on wand woods thus:
Every single wand is unique and will depend for its character on the particular tree and magical creature from which it derives its materials. Moreover, each wand, from the moment it finds its ideal owner, will begin to learn from and teach its human partner. Therefore, the following must be seen as general notes on each of the wood types I like to work with best, and ought not to be taken to describe any individual wand.
Only a minority of trees can produce wand quality wood (just as a minority of humans can produce magic). It takes years of experience to tell which ones have the gift, although the job is made easier if Bowtruckles are found nesting in the leaves, as they never inhabit mundane trees. The following notes on various wand woods should be regarded very much as a starting point, for this is the study of a lifetime, and I continue to learn with every wand I make and match.”
This was copied from the Pottermore(written by J.K.Rowling) Website: https://www.pottermore.com/writing-by-jk-rowling/wand-woods
The woods they named in the website are:
Acacia, Alder, Apple, Ash, Aspen, Beech, Blackthorn, Black Walnut, Cedar, Cherry, Chestnut, Cypress, Dogwood, Ebony, Elder, Elm, English Oak, Fir, Hawthorn, Hazel, Holly, Hornbeam, Larch, Laurel, Maple, Pear, Pine, Poplar, Red Oak, Redwood, Rowan, Silver lime, Spruce, Sycamore, Vine, Walnut, Willow, Yew
January 12, 2017 at 1:58 am
Happy Holidays everyone! We would enjoy seeing some of your favorite trees from your vacation.
If you can, please include the species of the tree.
January 12, 2017 at 2:40 am
Canada’s National Tree Day is September 27.
Let’s see if we can get at least 27 posts from the public before then,
Go Trees Go
January 13, 2017 at 3:37 am
The forest is a MAGICAL place! Serendipity abounds. I am grateful to my girlfriends for introducing me to our forest walks up to Whyte Lake and Cypress Falls Canyon – the depth of bonding, processing and healing is profound!!
My daughter gave me a gem of a book for Christmas called The Hidden Life of Trees.
Here’s a review I’d like to share:
“You will never look at a tree the same way after reading Peter Wohlleben’s The Hidden Life of Trees, which reveals the mindboggling properties and behavior of these terrestrial giants. Read this electrifying book, then go out and hug a tree―with admiration and gratitude.” —―Dr. David Suzuki, co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, award-winning scientist, environmentalist, and broadcaster
(Dr. David Suzuki 2016-07-01)
January 26, 2017 at 1:22 pm
Go trees go!
March 22, 2017 at 2:08 pm
Yay this is amazing i love trees!!!!!!!
Yay i love trees!!!!
March 22, 2017 at 2:11 pm
i go camping and all the trees are so pretty
March 22, 2017 at 2:12 pm
trees do so many wonderful things they have shade and give us oxagen
March 22, 2017 at 2:36 pm
It is believed that trees could have taken part in the extinction of dinosaurs. Flowering trees called angiosperms occurred too quickly on earth for the dinosaurs to adapt their diets. The rapid increase of the trees eventually took the land of the food they depended on. Over time they didn’t have enough food to sustain them any longer. 🙂
March 22, 2017 at 2:14 pm
Great job! It’s good to see people making an impact on the world around them.
March 22, 2017 at 2:16 pm
What an amazing idea! I am so glad to see people putting work into our future! @TreesCO2 Is doing an amazing job!
March 22, 2017 at 2:17 pm
Hey! This blog is really cool.
Newspaper editor Julius Sterling Morton wasn’t afraid to think big. In 1855, he started building a modest four-room house in Nebraska City, Neb., that later expanded into a 52-room White House lookalike. But it was only after his mansion was finished that Morton realized he had a problem. His spacious new digs sat on a desolate prairie, which made it hard to attract neighbors.
So Morton went to work planting trees. Lots of them. To get a little help, the newspaperman proposed a holiday on which all Nebraskans would join in. The State Board of Agriculture loved the idea, and on April 10, 1872, Nebraskans planted more than a million trees! The tradition became so popular that in 1885, Nebraska made Arbor Day a legal holiday, even tweaking the date to April 26, Morton’s birthday. Soon the rest of the country was celebrating Morton’s brainchild, and today, tree planting days are celebrated around the world.
Morton’s effort earned him and his family some good karma too. He went on to serve as Secretary of Agriculture under Grover Cleveland, and his son, Joy, founded the Morton Salt Company.
March 22, 2017 at 2:26 pm
Hey this blog is great I think it will inspire so many people to help with climate change! I travel a lot with family, and through travels I have been hiking through so many different forest environments such as the dense muddy forests in Newfoundland, or the tropical rain forests in St. Lucia.
I do agree that climate change is really important for ours and future generations, as I said before, I think your website will inspire many younger people to help with climate change, through planting trees or to help with fundraising.
Here is something interesting that I learned about trees when I was in Mexico. There is a tree in Mexico called the tourist tree because it’s bark is red and peels off. The brother of this tree is poisonous and the peeling bark of the tourist tree is said (by the Mayans) to calm the rash that the sap from the brother tree creates.
March 22, 2017 at 2:27 pm
Hey TreesCO2.com is super cool. You are really making a difference by planting trees. Trees are amazing. They help everyone even if they don’t know it, from animals that depend on them for survival or humans who need trees for clean water and air. They also defend our atmosphere from the gases in the air and help even in the smallest ways, such as with the insects small trees take care of. I realized this when I was little. I was playing in my backyard by a small tree and I saw so much on it. There were ants, snails and bugs of all sorts. There was in just one little tree a lot of life. By the way did you know these cool facts that our teacher told me? A tree’s roots are as big as the tree’s branches. And what is super cool is that some species of trees help the same species of trees, for example if a sapling isn’t getting enough sunlight and energy an older tree getting plenty of energy will send their roots their energy to help the tree. Cool right?
March 22, 2017 at 2:29 pm
I think this a great idea and this will improve the future of our next generation to help encourage our children not to be scared to step up and give their great ideas. A fun fact about trees is that A single 30-meter-tall mature tree can absorb as much as 22.7 kilograms (50 pounds) of carbon dioxide in a year
March 22, 2017 at 2:38 pm
Trees are cool.My grandpa plants apple trees. Apple trees are part of the rose family and are best known for their sweetness. Apple trees are cultivated worldwide as a fruit tree. Apple trees originated from Central Asia.
March 22, 2017 at 2:39 pm
What an amazing idea, Glad to see the work and effort that is being put into our future. Without trees how would we get our oxygen? Trees are such an important feature for our future. What an amazing idea!
April 4, 2018 at 2:09 pm
Excellent post. I definitely appreciate this website.
April 21, 2018 at 7:18 pm
Hello Tree Planters! Tomorrow Earth Day. In honour of our planet, this morning we went tree planting. Now in total TreesC02 has planted 801 trees.
Today we planted, Spruce, White Cedar, Poplar, Birch, Burr Oak and more.
June 27, 2018 at 9:00 pm
This Spring we planted 267 trees. We planted Spruce, White Cedar, Poplar, Birch, Burr Oak, Red Maple, Sugar Maple, White Pine, Large-tooth Aspen and Trembling Aspen.
August 22, 2018 at 11:57 pm
So inspired by your efforts and enthusiasm in sharing the value of tree planting and caring.
This summer, I did not plant any trees, but took much time watering/caring for many in my garden (my little oasis) during the dry spell.
Earlier this summer, I fell in love with an old gnarly tree, which stood gracefully in my field of view. I was at a friend’s house on Pender Island overlooking the ocean, and felt this huge connection with a tree right in the middle of this spectacular ocean view. An experience I shall never forget.
I so appreciate all the clean air they provide , just one of many services they share with us humans.
So why not, hug a tree, you may be surprised by what you fee! : 0)
September 30, 2018 at 4:22 pm
Happy Tree Planting Season! We hope that this Fall you will join your community in a community tree planting event.
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