Mary Fenton – The Wonder of Trees
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About the Event
It is easy to take trees for granted, many can live for hundreds of years, if allowed to. At least 2 species have been around for millions of years. How often do we stop to think about all the human history that has passed during the lifetime of such a tree? Have you ever thought about trees being territorial or communicating with each other? We often hear about the importance of the Tropical Rain Forests, usually in the same sentence as climate change or removing carbon from the atmosphere, but all trees are important for many other reasons. So much life depends on trees for food and shelter, including of course us, and we use trees for many other things, including musical instruments. Then of course there is the beauty of new growth, autumn leaves and flowers.
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