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We want everyone to know the inspiration that nature can bring. Visit treeday.planetark.org to see the full 2-minute video featuring the artwork and photography of body paint artist and Tree Day Ambassador, Orly Faya www.orlyfaya.com
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Check out this fun video from our #NationalTreeDay sponsor Toyota Australia, they see real value in ‘greening the grey’ and did an awesome job supporting our #NationalTreeDay and #SchoolTreeDay events again this year
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It's A Friday Fun One : The Aware Environmental Orangutan is hitting the decks to make you jump jump jump and change the tune on palm oil. For every Aware laundry product sold up until the 31st March 2011, Planet Ark will receive an additional 10c to assist projects protecting the Orangutans from deforestation due to palm oil. Watch it, share it and keep the message going and growing.
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Jade Moore
· August 17, 2017
A fantastic and well organised event! On behalf of my workplace who participated, thanks so much for providing this opportunity :)
Jacinta Cheung
· August 18, 2017
The event is very meaningful, and I met many lovely and friendly people. I would like to take part in the event like this.
Fook Kong Wong
· August 17, 2017
Enjoyable community tree planting Only several hours and you meet lovely people with one thought in mind. Planting trees
Norman Joseph Smith
· August 17, 2017
I enjoyed spending a morning planting trees with others.
Robert Smith
· October 31, 2016
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Tr Prabhat Kumar Singh
· June 5, 2014
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Not sure how to spend your weekend? Perhaps one of these iconic national parks are near you... http://bit.ly/2rWEBiw

Want to know about the best National Parks in Australia? Check out my list of 25 parks I've explored traveling around Australia.
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From goblin forests & volcanic magic to enchanting fiordlands... See stunning images of our next door neighbour. http://bit.ly/2ErFfHm #nz #acrosstheditch

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🍊🍐10 Tips for growing fruit trees 🍎🍋 http://bit.ly/2rR5HaG

Today we'll show you 10 tips for growing fruit trees so that you can have the most bountiful, beautiful fruit trees ever!
plantinstructions.com

"In Switzerland about half the forests are managed as what they call 'protection forests' to protect the infrastructure and the towns and villages." http://bbc.in/2DIFHjf

A forestry organisation urges the use of trees to protect infrastructure from the effects of landslips.
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Who would like this as the entrance to their home? 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️ #lovetrees #forest

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🎉🎊It's the year of the Earth Dog! Take a pawed pal out for an adventure in nature this Chinese New Year. And remember, if you're celebrating, try to avoid single-use plastics & food waste. Let's make it a sustainable celebration! #chinesenewyear #yearofthehdog

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Arguably surpassing the monstera deliciosa as the darling plant of social media, the fiddle-leaf fig can involve a bit of TLC in order to thrive. We found some sage advice here: http://bit.ly/2E3K7EI #fiddleleaffig #houseplants

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💚 🌱 Green V-day ideas for nature lovers could include making gum leaf confetti to shower upon an unsuspecting loved one! Or arranging an experience gift such as a massage or mindfully-prepared picnic... Whatever your plans for the day, it can be as green as any other. http://bit.ly/2DQAndW

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19 surreal places to visit in Australia... including many that feature trees! http://bzfd.it/2BHWzFe

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🌵🌞 A handy guide for these scorching summer days.🌞🌵 http://bit.ly/2npt9Hl

If you're interested in growing medicinal plants at home, the first plant you should start with is aloe vera. It's easy to grow and has lots of uses.
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Reposted from The Haunted Garden: Death and Transfiguration in the Folklore of Plants In the town of Santa María del Tule, in Oaxaca, Mexico, there is a Montezuma cypress known as El Árbol del Tule. It has a circumference of 137.8 feet and is between 1,200 and 3,000 years old.😮😮😮

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🌵 Misunderstood & underrated Australian succulents get the spotlight http://bit.ly/2BePtMa

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