Un Canadien Établit un Nouveau Record Mondial en Plantant 23 060 Arbres en 24 Heures.!

A Canadian Sets a New World Record by Planting 23,060 Trees in 24 Hours.!

Antoine Moses, a 22-year-old Canadian tree planter, achieved a remarkable feat by setting a new world record by planting 23,060 trees in 24 consecutive hours . This impressive figure is equivalent to planting a tree every 3.75 seconds on average.

The weather conditions were ideal, offering long periods of light with around 19 hours of sunshine, overcast skies, temperatures varying between 5°C and 16°C, and light rain for half the day. During the five hours of the night, the teams provided lighting with high intensity lights. The planting was documented following guidelines established by Guinness World Records .

After an uninterrupted period of 14 hours and 51 minutes, Antoine Moses exceeded the previous record of 15,170 trees established by Kenny Chaplin in 2001. Touched, Antoine expressed his gratitude by saying: "I smiled the whole time and said thank you 500 times; what we do together is incredibly rewarding."

“Planting trees touches the very essence of who we are and who we are becoming,” says Tim Tchida, owner and CEO of Summit Reforestation. “It changes our lives. This initiation is so profound that those who have experienced it are held in community by experiences of great intensity. This site is a celebration of tree planting, planters and Summit Reforestation. It’s a place where you can learn about Summit and tree planting. »

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