• House on Mango Street: Four Skinny Trees
    trees strong symbols of Esperanza’s emotions, her anger, fear, inconsequence and also her hope, courage and importance. These trees are misplaced and misunderstood but yet they keep on growing, keep on fighting. They continue to exist, not giving up, “Four who grew despite concrete” (75...
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  • Trees Our Friends
    world temperatures are rising because of the decrease of the forest cover.It is said that in olden days,Rajasthan was not a desert as it is today.It has become a desert because of the thoughtless cutting down of trees. Only in recent years has man begun to realize the great importance of trees.Trees...
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  • St. Helena ; the Woman of Substance
    developing countries as they are cheap to maintain yet give protection. Species that have thorns or are prickly and have stiff branches and leaves that are not edible are preferred. These species should be fast growing, hardy, and long lived. Wind breaks and shelter belts Trees grown for wind breaks...
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  • How Trees Improve Environment
    How Trees Improve the Environment Trees are ancient living organisms that existed since the creation of the Earth and have been crucial to the Earth’s ecosystem. The age of a tree is determined by cambium, a layer of growing bark, which forms a ring in the wood of the tree. Each ring of cambium...
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  • PRESENT AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF AGROFORESTRY AS PERCEIVED BY FARMERS IN PUNJAB, PAKISTAN
    established. In 2009, the contribution of forests remained 205 thousand cubic meters for firewood and 83 thousand cubic meters for timber. Agroforestry is the growing of trees and shrubs on farm and pasture lands. Agroforestry emerged in late 1970s as an improved and modern land use system. The...
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  • In Making Cardboards and Using Coconuts
    In making Cardboards, Fast-growing trees provide raw materials used to make cardboard. The largest packaging companies own thousands of acres of land where trees are matured, harvested, and replaced with seedlings. After the trees are harvested, they remove their limbs; only the trunks will be...
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  • Canadian Forrest
    caused by the emissions of polluting factories. Quebec City has dangerously been affected along with the coniferous trees from the southern boreal forests. These trees weaken and those that do not die continue growing slowly but never fully mature. Insects and diseases are commonly damaging Canada’s...
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  • Van Mahotsav
    was to focus people's attention on the national importance of planting trees and to make them tree-conscious. This objective was fulfilled to great extent by the first plantation drive. There was a scramble for seedlings at the nurseries and in many states the week was celebrated in a well organized...
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  • Hydraulic Fracturing
    remote field sites, and interacted with a wide range of humans who value and understand trees in a wide range of ways, I have developed my own ways to help solve the growing distance between humans and nature, which is 10 N. Nadkarni May 10, 2008 both a cause and a consequence of the...
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  • Tree Plantation
    trees on your land we can not only ensure that the farmland remains productive, but also you will have fruits to eat. In short, I would like to again emphasize that it is extremely important to plant new trees and protect the ones already growing around you. Speech on December 6, J 990, at a...
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  • Forests Need for Conservation
    receptacles of our waste products. Trees have great economic value too. We get fuel, fodder, timber, medicines and numerous other valuable products from the trees. It is, therefore, not surprising that trees were given great importance in our culture, our tradition, our mythology and legends. The entire...
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  • Mahogany leaves as wood preservative
    , straight-trunked, semi-deciduous tree growing to 30-70ft. Most trees, particularly planted street trees grow to 30-40ft. It looses its leaves just as new leafs sprout, so while deciduous, the tree is not without leaves for long. Tiny flowers are followed by four to five", woody fruits that burst...
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  • Peper
    Mr. Cherubini SBI4U October 7 2011 Summary This article is about a 61-year-old male engineer, named Gerald Langam, who might have the next big growth industry for Southeast Texas. He loves trees and enjoys the forest. After years of growing pine trees, he has leased his land for an experiment...
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  • Reasons to Recycle
    Recycling Trees are a necessity for humans to survive. Humans abuse this fact and continuously cut down trees and a increasingly face pace. Many people truly don’t appreciate the beauty and importance of trees. In the United States we have become experts in converting nicely growing trees into...
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  • Social Forestry
    Research Paper Deforestation Afforestation Government Initiatives Solutions Conclusion 1 4 5 8 10 12 13 Introduction Social forestry programs in India have grown in importance and scale and now constitute a major element in India's overall programme of rural development. From modest beginnings...
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  • Economic Importnce of Pines
    : Pinus Morphology Pine Tree in mountains of Nepal Pines are evergreen, resinous trees (or rarely shrubs) growing 3–80 m tall, with the majority of species reaching 15–45 m tall. The smallest are Siberian Dwarf Pine and Potosi Pinyon, and the tallest Sugar Pine. Pines are long-lived, typically...
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  • The Impact of Climate Change on Non Timber Forest Products in Zambia
    THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON NON TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS Introduction Over the years, there have been growing concerns over the maintaining and sustainability of the ecosystem. One of the areas that have not been left out is the growing need to monitor forest management. Natural changes such as...
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  • The Oak and the Elm Tree
    the most widespread of the broadleaved trees would be the mighty oak and will be compared with the American elm for their beauty. In nature, the oaks hold their own well in competition with the other trees. The oak is a large tree growing to heights of thirty-five to one hundred feet tall...
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  • Essay
    planting trees. One Colorado blue spruce, either planted or growing wild, can intercept more than 1000 gallons of water annually when fully grown. Underground water-holding aquifers are recharged with this slowing down of water runoff. 5. Trees Are Carbon Sinks To produce its food, a tree absorbs and...
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  • Forest Conservation
    years ago, Javanese maharajahs brought in teak and began to cultivate it. In the African Tropics, agro forestry (growing of food crops in association with trees) has been practiced for hundreds of years. Relatively little is known about tropical forestry before the mid 1800's in most places. At...
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