Reforestation in the Rainforest

Capitol Hill School

Posted by Van on Jun 08, 2015

For my exhibition work I built a machine that can plant trees and plants in the rainforest to re-forest areas destroyed by deforestation.

  It is important to build a reforestation machine because lots of people don’t have trees. If we plant more trees there will be less pollution in the air. All plants and animals need air so they can survive. Some animals in the rainforest need trees to survive. Without trees they could become extinct. The machine can hold animals to so that they can be released as the trees are planted.


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