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james rees Aug 16
Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area Huron
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Richard Geraint Evans Aug 13
An uncommon common oak. My bike added for scale. .
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Martin Davey Aug 15
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Folklore Thursday Aug 14
Love myths and legends surrounding ? Check out this amazing article on from
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FAO Forestry Aug 13
Urban make cities greener, healthier and happier places to live.
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G.Matthias Schueler-gmsfotos 12h
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james rees Aug 15
"Fairy Trail" πŸ“·James Mills Peak District Nat. Park
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Jo Starr Aug 17
Beautiful tree spotted on my evening walk
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Sagago Aug 12
I exist as I am, that is enough.
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Tiffany Ervin Aug 18
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Phil Gates Aug 13
Walk around an ancient sweet chestnut in Auckland Park, Bishop Auckland, . Still has a few living branches and produces a few chestnuts every year
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Elise Mason Aug 19
β€œEvery tree is a soldier.” Scotland has planted 22 million trees since 2018 to combat climate change and make Scots happier. Bravo 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿!
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Paul Newman Aug 14
33 hours into this piece so I think this is about halfway now.
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Richard Geraint Evans 14h
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Melissa Romero πŸ’“πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ (Very) Amateur Photographer 14h
Love me a tall, crooked tree.😊
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Kevin Aug 18
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Circular Computing 14h
Through our support of projects, we aim to plant 1.5 million by 2021 in the USA, India and Africa. For every 5,000 laptops we sell, we plant 25,000 trees - almost as many as in Central Park.
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⚑Sβˆ†VITβˆ†R 11h
πŸ˜πŸŒ³πŸŒ΄πŸ’š πŸ˜”Too bad The future won't be seeing this
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Dimitrina Sucheva 13h
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One Tree Planted Aug 18
Some very tall will develop buttress roots for additional support, which grow out from the base of the trunk sometimes as high as 15 ft above the ground. These extended roots also increase the area over which nutrients can be absorbed from the soil.
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