Support Tree Planters #WATWB

Regular people who are making a big difference to our world. Trees provide us with our oxygen and to make an effort to plant more trees is the best thing ever. Visit here to see who these ordinary yet extraordinary people are!

Planting Trees one at a Time.

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“We Are the World Blogfest” seeks to promote positive news. There are many cases of love and light out there, stories that show compassion and the resilience of the human spirit. Sharing these stories increases our awareness of hope in our increasingly dark world. We will link to charities supported by the co-hosts, and you could choose to donate to some of them or add links to local charities you support, so we could all chip into a good cause if we like. Let us flood social media with peace and love, and “In Darkness, Be Light.” We Are The World Blogfest this July 2017. Hope you will join us!

Here are the Co hosts for today, do visit them.
Simon Falk,

Roshan Radhakrishnan

Sylvia Stein,

Damyanti Biswas

and

Inderpreet Uppal.

“We Are the World Blogfest” seeks to promote positive news. There are many cases of love and light out there, stories that show compassion and the resilience of the human spirit. Sharing these stories increases our awareness of hope in our increasingly dark world.

Let us flood social media with peace and love, and “In Darkness, Be Light.” #WATWB Plant Trees. Click To Tweet

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Comments

  1. Hilary Melton-Butcher

    Hi Inderpreet – what a great post … this is one we can all do … plant a tree that’s native to our area or give a tree for someone else to plant – they are as you mention essential to life … our oxygen for living … wonderful idea for the #WATWB … cheers Hilary

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      Inderpreet

      Thank you Hilary. I do plant a tree where ever I move to. It’s a wonderful thing to see it grow. Lots of plantation drives also take place now so it’s good to see greenery around.

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      Inderpreet

      Yes, planting trees is a perfect gift for those who come after us. I plant a couple of fruit trees in every house I live. You can do it now, it’s never too late, Damyanti.

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  2. Emily Bloomquist

    How wonderful to see these people planting trees for the environment and the animals that rely on them. In the 1980’s, I participated in some group re-forestation projects, reclaiming crop land. Today, there is no sign that there were ever fields. It looks like it had always been forest. Thank you for sharing this with us Inderpreet.

  3. curtisbausse

    What’s encouraging is that some countries, such as France, have reversed the trend towards deforestation and now have forest regeneration. Poorer countries like Madagascar are still in a quite catactrophc phase, but as your post shows, it is possible given the willpower and commitment. A very encouraging list there!

  4. Lynn Hallbrooks

    I think planting trees is a great idea. I hope that anyone who plants a tree keeps safety in mind for the present and future. Thanks for sharing and for being a part of #WATWB

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