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Protect Wildlife Habitat

Planting Trees Nurtures Survival

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By Sabriga Turgon

According to American Forests, “…a shocking one million species will become endangered in just the next 50 years. Forests are the primary habitat for wildlife around the world.”

Planting trees nurture the survival of animals, birds, insects, fish, reptiles, and the plants and fungi that need…

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Sabriga Turgon

Sabriga Turgon

People lover & realistic optimist who encourages goodness in all things. Ghostwriter Global—let’s get that book out of your head & onto paper.

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