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In accordance with the Paris Agreement, Gallant provides the public with engaging and useful tips on how individuals, households and communities can do their part in lowering global atmospheric carbon levels by changing daily habits and using a new lens for decision making. Nature and the environment, particularly trees, gardens and soil health to restore our habitat, are the primary focus, along with all things positive.
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Washington (GGM) Analysis | January 25, 2021 by Catherine Zacuto, M. Ed. Perspective is everything. Composting can seem like a daunting task or a simple way to make our soil much more healthy. The benefits of composting for the climate and the environment may persuade you to get on board, to learn something new, and to […]
Washington (GGM) Analysis | January 22, 2021 by Noreen Wise It’s a brand new day, filled with so much hope. We have a new administration, expressing a multitude of positive and inspirational words of wisdom and transformative goals, as well as outlining the steps forward that will lead us toward the achievement of these goals. It […]
Washington (GGM) Analysis | January 18, 2020 by Noreen Wise Soil and dirt are not the same thing, according to geologist and author David R. Montgomery. Dark brown soil is life, teaming with microbes that are the engineers of all the nature that flourishes above ground. Microbe rich soil contains major amounts of carbon and moisture. Soil […]
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Trees for Love Campaign
Planting trees is a wonderful way to never forget those we’ve lost to Covid. We can also plant trees to keep those who need our support in our thoughts, especially those suffering from long term Covid related medical conditions. Essentially, there’s never been a more important time to plant trees than right now. With massive wildfires scorching millions of acres of forests across the western United States, to the ongoing need to cut atmospheric carbon levels in order to reduce global warming, trees are now more important than ever for sustaining human life on our planet. The only way our children will have mature trees tomorrow, is if we plant seedlings today.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland in January 2020, hundreds of nations across the globe committed to planting a trillion trees by 2050. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization’s 2016 ranking, the United States is 33.93 percent forest; that’s down from a 50 percent forest in 1620 when the first European settlers arrived. Sadly, prior to Davos, the United States was hovering well below its potential for tree planting despite the amount of space we have to plant trees and nature, as well as the innovative methods we can adopt in our urban centers.
Canada on the other hand…
…has been a top performer, planting 500 million trees in 2019. During this same year, the US National Forest Foundation planted 5 million trees, nearly double their 2018 total, which is aggressive, but a long way off Canada’s 500 million. There doesn’t appear to be a national data base keeping track of US totals that incorporates tree planting in local communities on private property, so the total number of trees planted in US for any given year is difficult to calculate. But what we do know, is that the US chopped down 36 million trees in 2019, and in 2020, in addition to the millions of leveled trees we ax on an annual basis, we lost 30 billion mature trees in the West Coast wildfires, which is staggering.
Ethiopia is a 2020 tree planting champion, succeeding at putting 350 million trees in the ground in 12 hours this past July 2020. The US needs to rush to catch up. In most states, trees can only be planted in the ground a few months of the year. There’s a window in both the spring and the fall. It’s vitally important we take advantage of each and every opportunity. Homeowners have to be the drivers of our national tree planting efforts if we’re going to succeed.
Planting a tree to remember someone whose life was cut short — whether that be from covid, gun violence, wildfires and other natural disasters, a car accident, cancer, and multiple other tragedies — or is still alive but but going through a very difficult time, is a great way of showing empathy and letting others know a loved one is being thought of regularly. It also motivates us into action. This wonderful way of keeping spirits alive and communities full of hope, helps families and communities heal while at the same time saving the planet.
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Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. —Warren Buffett
Carbon is stored in oceans, plants and the soil. According to NASA, forests cover 30 percent of earth’s landmass, and 45 percent of the carbon in the atmosphere, is sequestered in forests. Carbon is absorbed by the leaves and funneled to the trunk. In fact, NASA explains that 50 percent of a tree’s dry biomass is carbon. read more
We’re very excited to be partnering with various organizations in Northern Virginia to plant 500 trees in Fairfax County, Virginia this October 2020 to remember Fairfax County’s Covid victims. Fairfax ReLeaf has donated these 500 seedlings, a mix of Red Bud and Button Bush, and the Fairfax County Tree Commission read more
There are 7 basic steps for successful bare root tree planting as outlined by the Fairfax County Tree Commission in their wonderful Tree Basics booklet. Step 1, Keep the roots moist until ready to plant. Step 2, unpack the tree, remove all packing materials, carefully untangle the roots and soak the roots in read more
Let’s Save the Planet together.
Advice from a TREE: Stand tall and proud. Sink your roots into the earth. Be content with your natural beauty. Go out on a limb. Drink plenty of water. Remember your roots. Enjoy the view.
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