CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
Therefore, we conclude that trees should be regularly planted to save the mankind and the animal world. Tree plantation and its after-care is a pleasing work too. We can get much pleasure in planting trees and in taking care of them. Students should plant trees in their school-compounds and in the front-yards, backyards and side-yards of their schools and near their own houses and in other places wherever possible. They should explain to their neighbours the goodness of tree-plantation and encourage them to plant and care new trees. We should consider the fact that we all need trees and trees are important to us humans. Save them and they will save us in return. Plant more trees and as you plant trees you are planting life too because of the fact that they are giving us fresh air, woods that we people used to build our houses. They stands as our shelter most specially to the animals, a shield to heat. We should protect them because they are helping us. Sometimes we are being rude to them, we cut them without replacements and we are the reason why they are being fewer. Have mercy on them because they are one of the reason why we still have fresh air now.
Wherever you live in the province, trees are essential to your health and well-being.
Trees shade our homes, add beauty to our communities and countryside, and protect biodiversity by providing food and habitat for birds and animals. Trees are natural air filters - taking in carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. Trees protect sources of drinking water by preventing soil erosion.
Trees absorb and store greenhouse gases from the atmosphere as they grow, making them an essential tool in Ontario's fight against climate change.
We can all contribute to a healthy natural environment by planting trees. Before planting, it's important to research a variety of tree species, or talk to an expert, to find out which trees grow best in your part of the province.