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Sun, 29 Jun 2008
Here's a little story of the American Chestnut Tree, as give to us by the American Conservation Foundation

 Here is a lovely little story from our friends in America, although it is made for American Conservation Programmes, I think it is a lovely way of helping the children of the world understand how important it is to help nature. She can not always manage to save the  world on her own. Here is Charlie to tell you about it.

Hi! I'm Charlie,

One of the few remaining American chestnuts.
We were once an important part of the forest.
But when we disappeared, many animals lost their homes and favorite food.My family tree scrapbook tells this story. Will it have a happy ending?
That could depend on YOU!

: www.charliechestnut.org/

Introduction - My Family Tree

A photo
taken from the foot of a tree looking up, showing
an extreme perspective.
  • My family, American chestnut trees, once made up about 25 percent of our eastern North American forests.
  • We grew up to 100 feet tall.
  • We lived up to 600 years.
  • Animals of the forest, including people, depended on our delicious American chestnuts.
  • Our wood was valued because of its straight, light-weight, rot-resistant qualities.
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