Oldest Living Things In the World on Vimeo

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12 of the most mysterious forests in the world – tentree

Does your imagination run wild whenever you see a beautiful picture of an old, secluded forest? Are you the type of person to face your fears and explore hidden, mysterious places? Then this list is for you. Read about some of the most mysterious forests in the world, and why you should put them on …

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This Amazing Village in India Plants 111 Trees Every Time a Little Girl is Born | One Green Planet

Every culture has its own traditions surrounding the birth of a child. While we celebrate newborn girls by sending pink dresses and dolls, in Piplantri village in Rajasthan, India, they celebrate by planting 111 trees.

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General Sherman, the biggest tree in the world

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Urban Forests and Climate Change: Breakthrough Convening in Portland. Video.

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October 29-30, 2014   Portland, Oregon

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Memorial Conservation Arboreta

This is to establish the use of these words by TreeWonder   6/23/2015

Watch this space for the proposal and plans.

 

 

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About Steve Sillett, preeminent canopy scientist

http://www2.humboldt.edu/redwoods/sillett/

 

 

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The Tallest, Strongest and Most Iconic Trees in the World | Travel | Smithsonian

Its bark is fire resistant. Its fruit is edible. It scoffs at the driest droughts. It shrugs, and another decade has passed. It is the baobab tree, one of the longest-living, strangest looking plants in the world

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Bark: An Intimate Look at the World’s Trees | Brain Pickings

Tree bark may not sound like the most exciting or relatable of subjects but, in fact, it is both. Not only do we come in contact with it con

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