Why trees?

I just had to share this fantastic, short doodle-video with you. In a nutshell, it illustrates why we work so hard to protect and expand our tree and woodland resource. Trees are so important to our lives, and they work so hard without pay or complaint. Like the video says, ‘we are tree people’; the real question is not ‘why trees’, it is ‘why not more trees?’

About Kay Haw

Assistant Conservation Adviser, Woodland Trust. Nature is my passion, especially woods and trees which are just amazing elements of life. One day (soon) I hope we humans learn to work in harmony with Mother Earth.
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6 Responses to Why trees?

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  3. Thanks for sharing the Why Trees? lecture doodle! It was conceived, created and produced by several of my really top notch colleagues at the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

    • Kay Haw says:

      It is a wonderful video that sums up all the amazing things trees do. When I saw it I just had to share it. Please pass my admiration on to your colleagues for their creation.

  4. Kay Haw says:

    Thank you very much! I hope you enjoy reading the blog.

  5. Matt Janaway says:

    Like the sentiment of the video and some great drawings – good luck with getting the message out there – I’ve retweeted for you.

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