The Gallery of Favorites and Why We Need More Trees


Alea of Premeditated Leftovers and I want to welcome you to our weekend blog hop, The Gallery of Favorites, a place to share favorite posts on absolutely any subject from your own blogs. Seasonal, craft and tutorial projects are very welcome too! Anyone getting ahead on their Christmas preparations?

Thank you to everyone who visited and shared posts with us last week. This week Alea and I are featuring Fall is For Tree Planting (Why We Need More Trees) from Dawn of Small Footprint Family.

Deforestation concerns most of us. In this interesting and informative post Dawn shares how trees benefit the environment and how we can help to increase their numbers. I was interested to learn that “a mature canopy tree absorbs enough carbon and releases enough oxygen to sustain two human beings”.

Fall is the best time of year to plant trees and this post provides practical planting tips to help your tree get the best start in life. If you don’t have space for trees on your property there are also links to charities you can support who plant trees in the wider world. As Dawn writes, “We all benefit greatly from living amongst more trees”.

Although Alea and I both spend a lot of our time writing about food, we  also have many other interests and we know that our readers do as well. The Gallery of Favorites is a place for all bloggers to share any and all of their ideas, interests and passions.

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