When are trees supposed to be disowned?
Disowned trees are the result of overharvesting and pollution.
They are a major threat to native species.
And the forestry industry is not always keen on disowning trees.
But some environmentalists are also worried about the destruction of the world’s biggest forest, the Blue Green.
Blue Green National Park, in the US, is home to the world-renowned Blue Green, an 8,000-year-old coniferous forest.
In recent years, many tourists have come to visit the Blue Greens, and the locals have started to complain.
“They are so much better than the trees,” said the mayor of the nearby town of Blue Green Village, Mike Daley.
“[Tourists] come here to see the forest.
It’s not a forest anymore, it’s a forest.”
In the US alone, more than 50 million trees are planted each year to grow food and shade, according to the US Forest Service.
That’s an enormous amount of land and labour for a country of 2.2 billion people, but it’s not just trees that are being planted in the Blue Grass.
The Blue Green is home a massive amount of water.
Its soils are rich in carbon dioxide, and in addition to that, there’s a significant amount of nitrogen, the main nutrient in the soil.
According to the BlueGreen website, nitrogen levels in the forest are among the lowest in the country.
And the Blue green’s forests are also home to a number of species that are vulnerable to climate change.
A recent study found that the Blue-Green forest was expected to lose 1.3 million hectares (624,000 acres) by 2100, the equivalent of half of all its land area.
To put that in context, the entire state of New Jersey has just under 20 million hectares of forest.
The Blue-green’s ecosystem is also a major source of greenhouse gas emissions.
In other words, the future of the Blue and Green is at stake.
Blue Green Village mayor Daley, who is also the president of the American Tree Conservancy, said he’s not surprised that visitors have been cancelling the visit to the forest due to the climate change threat.
He also pointed out that the town of Greenville, which has a population of over 2,000, has a plan in place to make sure that trees are not uprooted.
This year, the town has hired a professional forestry consultant to review and assess the existing forest and determine if it’s safe to continue to grow and protect the Blue grass.
Meanwhile, the local community is also working to find ways to protect the bluegrass from further degradation.
On Monday, Blue Green Villagers and Blue Green Community Association met to discuss ways to preserve the blue grass.