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Nine gifts for the literal tree hugger in your life

This year, be the giving tree.
Treet yourself.
Treet yourself. (Lukasz Szmigiel vis Unsplash/)

Trees are magnificent beings. They produce oxygen for humans to breathe, sequester carbon dioxide, and provide shade for many species, including birds, rodents, and humans.

If you have a tree lover in your life, you’ve probably heard all these facts before. Return the favor any time of year with

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