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Twenty-First Annual Program for the Observance of Arbor Day in the Schools of Rhode Island

Twenty-First Annual Program for the Observance of Arbor Day in the Schools of Rhode Island

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Excerpt from Twenty-First Annual Program for the Observance of Arbor Day in the Schools of Rhode Island: May 10, 1912

Everything is upward striving; 'tis as easy now for the heart to be true As for grass to be green or skies to be blue; 'tis the natural way of living.

In past years I have sent you many suggestions for the observance of Arbor Day, and each year I have purposed to send you in your annual program new and interesting things about trees. You are invited this year particularly, to learn about the seeds of trees, to make experiments in their germination, and when practicable to plant a tree garden. This suggestion is not intended to interfere with tree planting, care of trees and shrubs, tree walks, and other Arbor Day practices; but let us remember that all good fruit had its beginning long ago in the seed sown on good ground. One article in our Nature Lover's Creed of last year was: I believe in the seeds of trees, and would gather and plant them, and I would care for the seedlings until they are ready to stand with their brothers in the forests and plains; then the wilderness and the dry land shall be glad and the desert shall rejoice.

The pupils of each school, holding their own exercises, may find inspiration in the thought that they are not alone in their effort to make some place more beautiful and that, in a common citizenship of the schools, they are united with a hundred thousand Rhode Island boys and girls, as in a grand festival, in celebrating the earth's beauty and goodness and in trying, by planting grove or garden, to make home or school, park or farm, more useful and beautiful. And may each one in this great company learn to know the trees, with all their freshness, beauty, serenity and friendliness.

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