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Save Our Trees messageboard!

Postby Lizzy » 09 May 2007, 07:59

This site is an initiative by Philip Carr-Gomm to help save our trees. As the byline says;

If a tree you love is under threat, here is a site to help you save it!

Save Our Trees Please feel free to join and share your knowledge!

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Postby Lizzy » 12 May 2007, 09:19

Thanks Michael, the more people that share their knowledge and ideas, the more we know and can do!  :hug:

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Postby The Raven » 11 Jul 2007, 09:11

hmmm, is it me or is it the link that doesn't work??
My rest is over, the journey continues. I'm looking forward to the experience. My guides are joining me. Hedgehog, Raven, Snake, Fox & Owl, I thank you for guiding me on the dark roads.

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Postby Lizzy » 11 Jul 2007, 09:27

Nope, it wasn't you, but it should be working now!  :D

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Re: Save Our Trees messageboard!

Postby Lynne » 30 Dec 2008, 21:56

A small Rowan tree grew peacefully in the church yard next to the house where I live until the church people decided they wanted to destroy the tree and hedgerow to put down tarmac and and wooden fence.

I tried to get a preservation order on the Rowan - but it was not considered 'special' enough to protect.
However with the support of the local community the pressure we put on the church saved both the hedgerow and the tree.

Before Solstice I lit a candle by the tree and cut a sprig of mistletoe from her to decorate my home.

Bright blessings
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Re: Save Our Trees messageboard!

Postby Dryadia2 » 30 Dec 2008, 23:08

Greetings and Welcome to the message board, Lynne!
What a lovely success story about saving the Rowan tree and hedgerow! :cloud9:
Thank you for sharing it.

Peace and Blessings,
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