Raxa Tariyal

Grade:

6

School:

Mater Christi School

Year:

2021

Wonderful Willow

I live on a small farm in Charlotte. On the farm, there is a pond surrounded by wet soil and mud. One day, we planted willow trees next to the pond because willow trees absorb the muddy water and hold down the wet soil so that the mud and soil don’t go into the waterways and pollute them.

My drawing represents a giant weeping willow by Lake Champlain because my family and I love to have picnics and swim at the beach during the summer. Sometimes we even have a picnic at the beach during the summer. Sometimes we even have a picnic at the beach on a full moon. I get sad toward the end of summer because the lake get algae blooms because of mud and soil pollution. The weeping willow in my drawing represents all of the trees and other plants around Lake Champlain stopping pollution and all of the trees and other plants that could be planted in the future to stop pollution.

All in all, my drawing symbolizes healthy trees equals healthy water equals healthy lives.

 

PLANT. LIVE. GROW.