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Let’s Talk about the Climate Emergency: Trees
October 31 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Some of the oldest trees in the world are estimated to be over 4000 years old. This kind of date takes you back to the Middle Bronze Age and in Biblical terms would suggest these trees may have been growing during the lifetimes of the Old Testament patriarchs.
Trees are highly important to the world. Trees have a vital role in maintaining the oxygen levels in the air we breathe. They provide a natural form of carbon capture, helping maintain the health of the planet. On a much more local level each tree provides a home to nature, from tiny minibeasts living in the crevices of their bark, to birds and squirrels making their homes among the highest branches. As if this wasn’t enough the nuts and fruits produced by trees help feed many types of creatures. Trees are amazing!
Join us for an evening of discussion about the important place of trees in creation.
Monday 31st October at 7.30pm via Zoom
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