The Tree Ring

The Tree Ring


As you know tree rings, also called growth rings, tell us a trees’ age. Growth rings are the result of new growth in the vascular cambium, a layer of cells near the bark that is classified as a lateral meristem. This growth in diameter is known as secondary growth. Visible rings result from the change in growth speed through the seasons of the year, thus one ring usually marks the passage of one year in the life of the tree.

You, as private donators form the tree rings for the Growing Air Foundation making you a member of the Tree Ring. As the numbers rise so do the amount of GAF Tree Rings which also makes you, all together, a tree of life, restoration of and life for the Atlantic Rain Forest.

Tree Ring Members (in alphabetical order):


Ballard, C.

Deniz, K.

Fachima, S.

Halici, M.

Hallam, P.

Hees, J. van

Hollier, P.

McKean, B.

Pastor, G.

Pfoser, N.

Pijlman, M.

Printz, R.

Sheb’a, A.

Shen, X.

Werff, C.



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