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Arbor Day: 5 reasons to plant the family tree

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(Read caption) Arbor Day is a great time to plant the family tree. At Armin Jahr Elementary school in Bremerton, Wash. first and second graders fill in the dirt on one of three red cedar trees planted April 11 for Arbor Day.

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Arbor Day is celebrated annually, on the last Friday in April. Some states however, do celebrate the day on different dates, according to the Arbor Day Foundation, to coincide with the best spring “planting” time.

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1. Social Reasons – Trees make us happy! Trees are a strong support during hot summer days, and on windy or rainy days as well. Trees provide shade for us, cool our homes with their branches and are often planted to mark a special event which lets us remember year after year, that special day, event or person. Trees bring us peace, make us feel strong, and help make our communities more livable places.


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