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Christmas trees, butterflies discussed

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Christmas is the next big day for decorations. I have been reading about a hot issue among the natural green groups.

Some of the greenies and arborists say, “Don’t cut trees down to use for decorations! Trees are too valuable in the ecosystem to just destroy for short duration for ornamental usage.”
They say. “Use artificial trees and branches for decorating and save the trees.”

I saw an actual figure of how many Christmas trees are sold each year, and it is a very big number … in the millions. That is not counting those just cut anywhere and used.

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