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Did you ever wonder when is Arbor Day – and why it’s celebrated on different dates in every country and even in different states? Here’s the answer!
National Arbor Day in USA
National Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday in April in the US.
Arbor Day 2014 is celebrated on April 25th.
Each state celebrates Arbor Day on a different day based on the best planting date for their area. To see when your state observes Arbor Day, check this map.
Maple Leaf Day and Arbor Day in Canada
Maple Leaf Day is celebrated in fall, on the last Wednesday of September. However the province of Ontario celebrates Arbor Week on the last Friday in April to the First Sunday in May. The province of Nova Scotia celebrates Arbor Day on the Thursday in National Forest Week celebrated the first full week in May.
Arbor Day Around the World
If you’d like to know when Arbor Day is celebrated in other parts of the world, check the dates with the National Conservation Commission
Did You Know?
Over the course of 50 years one tree can generate $31,250 of oxygen, provide $62,000 worth of air pollution control, recycle $37,500 worth of water, and control $31,500 worth of soil erosion.
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