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Arbor Day

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Arbor Day (or Tree day in Latin) is a holiday in some regions in which people plant and care for trees. Initiated by J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska on April 10, 1872, it is observed by many countries on various dates, depending on suitable planting season. Ask and answer here about the significance of Arbor day and its aim in protecting our planet against global warming.
Arbor Day is special to Nebraska because it originated in NebraskaCity, Nebraska. J. Sterling Morton is credited with its origination. On April 10,1872 approximately one million trees were planted in Nebraska. It became globalized when Birdsey Northrop of Connecticut visitedJapan in 1883 and...
No, people just eat whatever. Although, I would love it if there was a a special food to eat that day!
Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday in April.
Arbor day is a day to think about earth. Plant trees, don't pollute, and recycle. For this day you just try to help this day the most you can. Just like earth day you try to save the polar bears and stop polluting that is what you do for Arbor Day!
Arbor Day was the idea of Nebraska pioneer and statesman, J. Sterling Morton, who, in 1872, proclaimed Arbor Day as a day to be set aside for planting trees. More than a million trees were planted in Nebraska on the first Arbor Day. It turned out to be such a good idea that it soon spread to...
the arbor people.... lol
It was started by Julius Sterling Morton, a Nebraska journalist and politician.
Arbor Day is the last Friday in April. For 2011, this would be April 29th.
Arbor Day and Earth Day celebrate the earth and bring people to plant a tree.
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Yes, Arbor Day is a proper noun, the name of a specific day.
It originated in Nebraska City, Nebraska , United States during 1872 by J. Sterling Morton . The first Arbor Day was held on April 10, 1872
Click link below to see a list of countries and the dates of their arbor day!
In 2011, Arbor Day is on Friday, April 29.
\n. Arbor Day, celebrated on the last Friday of April, encourages people to plant trees so that our environment remains in a good condition. On this day people who plant most number of trees get a special prize.
You care and plant a tree! Be green and recycle .
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Almost the whole of the uk use the web everyday. Nearly the whole world uses the web in their everyday life (especially japan, they have created new websites almost every day).
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In South Africa from 1999 Arbor Day was extended to a week and renamed Arbor Week. It takes place on 1-7 September every year.
They planted trees and other plants and they also save paper by not wasting it.
no, it's celebrated by planting trees
They used to plant trees. Now, they ignore it.
Arbor day is typically celebrated on the final Friday of April. Itis a day where citizens are encouraged to plant new trees.
Arbor Day is traditionally celebrated on the last Friday in April. On this special day people are concerned with the planting and care of trees. Arbor Day is celebrated throughout the United States.
Arbor refers to trees. Arbor Day is a day in which we celebrate and plant trees. :)
Arbor Day 2010 in the United States is on Friday 30th April.
Arbor Day - film - was created on 1936-05-02.
The address of the Gig Harbor-Key Peninsula Arbor Day Foundation is: Po Box 1493, Gig Harbor, WA 98335-3493
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No, it can vary from year to year.
The word "Holiday" goes way back hundreds, (or thousands), of years. The word accually means, "Holy day" and meant times of religious celabration. Now it is commonly used as a replacment for times such as Christmas and Thanksgiving in an attempt to eliminate God from the picture. They do not realize...
it was made by these one people that move to this one place and saw that there wsnt any trees and then planted some trees. :/
No, french do not even know it. In Belgium, our neighbour, the arbor day is 21th march. Actually, France is a country where there are more forests today than a 100 years ago.
Trees are planted on Arbor Day, and "arbor" is the Latin word fortree. It's the source for the English words arboreal, arboretum,etc.
Manitoba is a whole province, it has several significant cities in it and many different postal codes, which you can look up on the Canada Post web-site quite easily.
It is celebrated the second Friday in February.
According to non-profit group Conservatree, it takes an average of 24 trees to make a ton (2,000 pounds) of typical office paper . It takes about 12 trees to make a ton (2,000 pounds) of thinner magazine or phone book paper. They also estimate that 1 tree makes 16.67 reams of copy paper or 8...
It started because of droughts and people were cutting trees down.
Venezuela recognizes "Dia del Arbol" on the last Sunday of may
Arbor Day was founded by J. Sterling Morton, who was Grover Cleveland's Secretary of Agriculture. He lived his adult life in Nebraska, and was a prominent citizen there.
The phrase 'Natural rights' is actually a misnomer. No one has natural rights. Rather it is an aspiration or hope for all of us. Such things as freedom and life and fair treatment. Some countries and organisations embody such rights in their laws, ethics and moral codes.
80% of animals live in forests or trees.
it is important because we help the earth by planting trees and it helps us realize how important earth is
Arbor Day happens on the last Friday in April annually.
Arbor Day Countries . Australia . Belgium . Brazil . Cambodia . Central African Republic . China . Republic of China (Taiwan) . People's Republic of China (Mainland China) . Costa Rica . Egypt . Germany . India . Iran . Israel . Japan . Kenya . Lesotho . Republic of Macedonia . Malawi ....
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Final Friday in April
its called arbor day cause this guy missed trees so much that he decided to plant trees and told the president.
Canada Day used to be called Dominion Day. It's always on July 1.
by planting a tree because arbor day is when the farmers move to America and started to cut all the trees so they made a holiday which means you celebrate by planting trees .
Arbor Day is a day in which individuals and groups are encouragedto plant and care for trees. The festival originated in the US, but is also celebrated inseveral other countries. In Commonwealth countries it is sometimesspelled Arbour Day. In Japan, a similarly themed Greenery Day iscelebrated.
Arbor Day is observed on the last Friday of April each year in the United States. The customary observance is to plant a tree.
The idea of Arbor Day started on January 4, 1872, when J. Sterling Morton, then a member of the Nebraska Board of Agriculture wanted people to plant trees. So, Arbor Day technically started in Nebraska.
Arbor Day is the day where people plant trees for one another to live.
Arbor day is dedicated to the planting and conservation of trees. Education programs on horticulture and tree care are held in some places.
Arbor Day is so important because you get to help save the trees and plant new ones.
No - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbor_Day