Mini Paper Draft: Imagine if there were no Christmas trees on Christmas. How would it feel? Till this day in almost every American household there is at least one Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is one of the symbols and early traditions from the pagans that early Roman Catholics adopted.
An artificial tree needs to be reused for many years to make it more environmentally friendly than buying a fresh cut tree annually. According to forester Bill Cook, a fake tree would have to be used for more than eight to nine years. A 2009 study out of Montreal, however, concluded it would take more than 20 years of use to make it a more nature friendly choice.
Trees Planting trees in metropolitan areas offer several benefits. The greenery adds beauty to the area as the plants absorb carbon dioxide, toxins and odors. The air is cleaner and pollution is less. Plants also release oxygen that humans need for breathing. The oxygen reduces the greenhouse effect that contributes to global warming. Trees also
Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed most commonly on December 25 as a religious culture. Christmas Day is a holiday when some kids get presents. Many homes have Christmas trees and other decorations in the weeks leading to Christmas Day. They also have movies and shows like Rudolph, Frosty The Snowman, Santa Claus, Gingerbread Man, and Little Drummer Boy. That is part of my american
Pine trees have two subgenus, one is the Strobus and the other one is the Pinus. (Earle, Christopher J. "Pinus (pine) Description - The Gymnosperm Database) There are about 114 species of Aspen out there. (Earle, Christopher J. "Pinus (pine) Description - The Gymnosperm Database) The main four types of Pine trees are scotch pine, ponderosa pine, bristlecone pine and black pine. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Pine trees are usually taller than 250 feet and have a lot of spiky leaves. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") These leaves have a long vine then small spiky thin pieces of leaves branch out of the vines. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Pine trees barks are a mixture of green and brown and are quite smooth besides the little bumps. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Pine trees also have small pine cones which grow on the tree. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") They are usually brown and face downwards with spikes facing downwards. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Pine trees are usually very popular in christmas, because they are easy to plant and not as hard to nurture as other plants. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") For example the Aspen trees which are very hard to keep alive. Most Pine trees can last from 100 years all the way up to 1000 years, if they are not chopped down for paper by that time that is. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Even though these trees last for quite a long time they still have diseases. Some examples are, the canker disease, needle cast, white pine blister rust, root rot and beetle infestation. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Most of these disease makes the trees crack in half. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") To prevent this sort of thing, you should not over fertilize the pine tree and don't constantly water the plant. (Lovetoknow Corp. "Pine Trees.") Aspen trees and Pine trees both grow small cones, which grow on the tree after it matures or while it
A big, beautiful tree can really make a yard look great, but it can also be the one thing that is standing in your way of having the yard you want. Perhaps you want a more open space or don't want anything obstructing the view of your home, but regardless
Topic The First Amendment and Christmas Trees in the workplace and public arena. Thesis While a strict interpretation of the Constitution could find that Christmas Trees in the workplace are inappropriate, there is a dependent factor based on convergence, tradition, and community values. Outline Overview Presentation of the issue Christmas Trees in the Workplace and
Oh, you don't know too much about trees, do you? Well let me tell you that trees are amazing, and I mean, we literally breathe the air they are creating, and they clean up our pollution, our carbon, store and purify water, give us medicine that cures ours diseases and food that feeds us.
The more students that learn about these issues the more chance they will think everyday before they throw away paper or other recyclable materials.Planting trees has multiple benefits such as creating an ecosystem to provide habitat and food for birds and other animals. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and potentially harmful gasses, such as sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, from the air and release oxygen. One large tree can supply a day's supply of oxygen for four people.(Evans) All together this will make the community a more beautiful and create a healthier environment.
This indisputable fact does come with a caveat. In order for trees to add value, they must be healthy, mature but not old, and native to the area. This means that homeowners who are looking to sell their home in 10 - 20 years time, may want to plant some trees so that they can get more on their return.
Getting a tree means going in search of a large tree with lots of foliage. Small and thin-branched trees are unwanted. Once the family picks their plump tree, they undertake a challenging task of bringing the huge, heavy tree back to their home. They have to pick it up and tie it to the top of their car, and to top it off they have to drive very slow so the tree doesn’t fall off. Once they arrive home they have to bring it down from the car and take it inside. It doesn’t fit easily through the entrance of the house; so many people have to help push the tree through the doorway. Once the tree is finally inside, for some weird reason the tree always needs to be put in the center of the living room, and it doesn’t stop there. Once the tree is placed in the center, then family members decorate it with flashy and colorful gems on strings. They also add wires around the tree, and after plugging it to the wall; it makes the tree look very luminous. After decorating the tree with gems on strings and bright wires, there needs to be a final touch. A star, or an angel is put on the tip of the tree. Maybe it brings some sort of wisdom or good vibes, which compliments the tree. As time passes, people put decorated boxes around the tree in the days leading up to
Hanukkah and Christmas are both well known for their decorations, but they do have very distinct ways to display their religion. Hanukkah often uses blue and silver colors. There most common decorations are the menorah and the star of David. One decoration that is not uncommon is a chocolate gelt and dreidel. However, Christmas often is represented by red and green colors. Decorations they include are green evergreen, fake snow, white colors, ornaments, tinsel, mistletoe. But, probably the most famous decoration is a Christmas tree. With ornaments and a angle or a star on top. One thing the holidays do have in common is they hang and string bright lights
What is your final opinion- are real or artificial Christmas trees better? why? Artificial trees are better because saves time and money, can use it for many years. Another reason that artificial trees are better because they are easier to take care of and are easier to unpack. Other reasons
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The use of paper has negatively impacted the environment by reducing the number of trees and decreasing the sustainability of our forest resources. A paperless revolution is defined to be when paper is totally eliminated from an environment such as an office or home or reduced. The forest sustainability will