The National Arbor Day is an annual event in Tunisia which traditionally takes place in the second Sunday of November.
Lots of countries across the globe observe the holiday of planting trees, which is valuable because it teaches and reminds people of the vital role that trees play in our lives and the environment. In this way, it promotes and celebrates ecological awareness.
Tunisia celebrates National Arbor Day annually on the second Sunday of November. The day is observed as an ecological awareness day, with tree plantings taking place in celebration. The tree planting events are organized to encourage everyone to participate in this observance.
Every year, the Ministry of Agriculture chooses a new location to hold the ceremony of tree planting. This helps improve the environmental situation in a number of places across Tunisia. The ceremony is always attended by the president.
At the end of the ceremony, the Ministry of Agriculture provides an annual plan on protection of the forests of Tunisia.
🌳 Happy Tunisian Arbor Day 🌳
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