At the very beginning of our human experience, trees were considered sacred and honorable: oaks were worshiped by the European Druids, redwoods were a part of American Indian ritual, baobabs were a part of African tribal life. Romans and scholars during the Middle Ages venerated trees in their literature.
The modern human community has other, more practical reasons to admire and honor trees, they produce oxygen, clean the soil, control noise pollution, are carbon sinks, Provide Shade and Cooling, Fight Soil Erosion….
Preverse trees