When: Always the last Friday in April.
National Arbor Day is the Tree Planter's holiday, and has been celebrated since 1872. It began in Nebraska, a largely treeless plain back in the 1800's. It is a day to plant and dedicate a tree to help nature and the environment. Millions of trees are planted on this day.
The National Arbor Day Foundation provides millions of trees for planting. It is estimated that 18 million tress are planted each year on Arbor Day.
Did you know? The Latin word for "Tree" is "Arbor"...sure you did!!!
Bird Day, held on May 4th, is often celebrated in conjunction with Arbor Day.
Deep Thought for the Day: "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. - - Albert Einstein
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Flower of the Day: Hyacinth
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