@mr_mustard Thanks for the RT!
A single oak tree can produce several hundred pounds of acorns per year. http://bit.ly/9zqwXe
Acorn-eating cultures had incredible amounts of time to devote to activities such as fishing. And bocce ball. http://bit.ly/di7tgB
Thanks for the #TreeTuesday love @ NJTrees! Back at ya! :)
Do deer eat better than people? http://bit.ly/cGy755
Improve watershed health - plant #trees!
River_Restore “A river is the report card for its watershed.” Alan Levere
@NaturesRespite Thanks for the RT!
@HedyBest thanks for the RT!
MulchMaven Perfect time to plant trees! Warm days, cool nights and fall rains are ideal for new trees to thrive.
@MetroFieldGuide Thanks for the RT!
@1GreenStepDaily Thanks, you too!
@1GreenStepDaily Thanks for the RT!
Modern permaculture creates “food forests” and edible forest gardens: http://bit.ly/aBTOZj
Some experts believe that humans should return to more #sustainable tree-based agriculture
@ChefCarlotta Oldest *cultivated* tree food ;) Fruits, nuts, and acorns were a major component of the diet of primitive humans
ChefCarlotta Walnuts are the oldest tree food known to man, dating back to 7000 B.C. They are good for you too!
@alliance4trees thanks for the RT!
One more reason the Great Plains should be the Saudi Arabia of wind: http://bit.ly/cBG6VF
Wow, spambots gone wild in the #TT. Knew there was a reason I don’t usually bother checking them!
MNandP Did you know? Children can identify up to 1,000 corporate logos, but fewer than 10 plants or animals native to their backyards.
Why are we eating fossil fuels? http://bit.ly/aXi6GT