Tree Plantation 

Tree Plantation 


“A tree is the best friend of man on earth.” When we use trees respectfully and economically, we have one of the greatest resources on earth. Trees are rightfully called the ‘lungs of the earth.’ Life on earth would cease to exist in the absence of trees. Trees are responsible for sustaining the environment in several ways.

The Importance of Tree Plantation: Trees are like the superheroes of our planet. They provide us with oxygen, clean the air we breathe, and offer habitat to countless animals and birds. They play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of our ecosystem. Tree plantation, therefore, is not just a good deed; it’s a necessity for our survival. Here are some key points explaining why tree plantation is so important:

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Oxygen Factory: Trees are the lungs of the Earth. They absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during photosynthesis and release oxygen, which is essential for all living beings, including humans. More trees mean more oxygen production, which directly contributes to better air quality and healthier living conditions.

Combating Climate Change: Trees bear a great impact on the climate. If we destroy trees at random, one day, the country will turn into a great desert. The country will bear the consequences of the greenhouse effect. Again there will be no rain, and as a result, the country will face a great crisis because ours is an agricultural country and our economy is dependent on agriculture. Again, our agriculture is dependent on rain. So trees play a vital role in our climate. Trees keep the soil strong. Trees save us from floods and many other natural calamities.

Biodiversity Preservation: Trees provide habitat and food for a wide variety of wildlife, including birds, insects, and mammals. Planting diverse species of trees helps in preserving biodiversity and ensures the survival of various plant and animal species. Trees are our constant company in our day-to-day life. We use them for various purposes. We can not think of our homes, houses, residences, etc., without trees. We use trees to make furniture, windows, and doors for our domestic use. Again, valuable furniture is made from these trees. We sell some pieces of valuable furniture to foreign countries. Thus, trees add beauty to our dwelling places.

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Soil Conservation: Tree roots help in binding the soil, preventing erosion caused by wind and water. They also improve soil fertility by adding organic matter through leaf litter and root decay.

Water Conservation: Trees play a crucial role in maintaining the water cycle by absorbing water from the soil and releasing it into the atmosphere through transpiration. They help in preventing soil erosion and maintain the groundwater level, which is essential for agriculture and human consumption.

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Beautification and Aesthetic Value: Trees enhance the beauty of landscapes and provide shade and comfort in urban areas. Parks, gardens, and green spaces adorned with trees offer places for recreation and relaxation for people of all ages.

Economic Benefits: Tree plantations can be economically beneficial through timber production, fruit harvesting, and the development of ecotourism sites. Trees also contribute to the value of properties, making them more desirable and increasing their marketability.

Health Benefits: Trees not only clean the air but also have a positive impact on mental and physical health. Access to green spaces has been linked to reduced stress levels, improved mood, and increased physical activity. Trees are our best friends. They are a great source of food and vitamins. There are various kinds of fruit trees. They give us various kinds of fruits which are rich in food value and vitamins. They meet our local demands. They also meet up with our vitamin deficiency. As a result, people can keep their bodies fit and sound by eating fruits. Again, we export fruits to many other countries and earn a lot of foreign exchange.

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Education and Awareness: Tree plantation initiatives provide opportunities for education and awareness about the importance of environmental conservation.

Involving communities in tree planting activities fosters a sense of responsibility and ownership towards the environment.

Long-term Sustainability: Tree plantation is an investment in the future. The trees we plant today will continue to benefit generations to come. It is essential for ensuring a sustainable and resilient environment for ourselves and future generations.

The proper time of tree plantation: In Bangladesh, June to July is the proper time for

plantation. The government should launch a more vigorous program for tree plantation to involve each Bangladeshi in this campaign. Social organizations like NGOs and students should actively participate to expedite the afforestation program.

In conclusion, tree plantation is a vital strategy for addressing environmental challenges and promoting sustainable development. By planting trees, we not only enhance the beauty of our surroundings but also contribute to the well-being of present and future generations. It is imperative that governments, organizations, and individuals work together to support tree plantation initiatives and ensure a greener and healthier planet for all.

Shihabur Rahman
Shihabur Rahman
Hey, This is Shihabur Rahaman, B.A (Hons) & M.A in English from National University.


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