Call for Submissions: Festival 10
The April 1st edition of the Festival of the Trees will appear at the Sheffield, England-based blog Words and Pictures. Please send tree-related links to Roger by March 30th for inclusion: roger (dot) butterfield (at) gmail (dot) com, or use the submission form at BlogCarnival.com.
Speaking of April Fools Day, I guess most of us would consider carving graffiti on trees to be a fairly foolish thing to do. But it doesn’t hurt the tree, and indigenous people around the globe have used tree bark as a canvas for millennia. One person’s desecration is another person’s arborglyph, I guess. I mention this because I’ve just put the image you see here on our Promote page, as a button-link back to this humble site, in case people want to litter their sidebars with it. It was automatically generated by the good folks at Imagechef — no trees were harmed in the making of this image.
UPDATE (March 6): Our BlogCarnival page has been fixed, and the submission form there seems to be working once again. Thanks to Denise at BlogCarnival for her prompt attention to the situation.