AT the meeting of the conference of delegates from provincial scientific societies to the British Association, held on July 4, a resolution was passed establishing October 21 as an “Arbor Day,” and all the delegates present pledged themselves each to plant a tree if possible on that day, and to endeavour to induce members of all their societies and others to do the same. The time is now approaching for this to be carried into effect, and this letter is intended as a reminder.
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HOPKINSON, J. An “Arbor Day.”. Nature 102, 126 (1918). https://doi.org/10.1038/102126a0
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