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If healthy rich soil serves as the digestive system of the planet then, trees are the lungs. They play a major role in absorbing carbon dioxide, filtering air pollution and making oxygen. Trees help control erosion and support healthy soil, which sequesters even more CO2. But how often do you/we go out and plant a tree? Since many of us are responsible for cutting one down every year, what if this year’s Christmas tree was alive and potted, to be planted after the Holidays? Sure, its just one tree, but with so many of us out there, enough people catching on to an idea like this, can make a big difference. Join us for info on how live Christmas trees can help create positive changes in the climate.

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