Birthday of Mother
Celebrate the Birthday of your Mother by Planting a Tree in her name!
“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.” —Rudyard Kipling
Mothers embody boundless love, unwavering compassion, and enduring care. Often, we overlook this profound bond in our upbringing. Yet, whenever we stumble, it’s her arms that lift us, brush off the dirt, and embrace us in solace. Similarly, akin to mothers, Mother Nature too nurtures us unconditionally, safeguarding us always. From her embrace, we originate, finding solace in her warmth.
Let’s honor the love and care mothers provide by planting trees. Just as our mothers love us, Mother Nature cares for us, providing without expectation. Gifting our Earth with greenery is the most meaningful present we can offer. Join us in planting a tree on Birthday of your Mother, a wish for enduring health and lives for those we stand here today for.
Impact in Numbers
Carbon Fixed 250 Kgs.
CO2 reduction from the atmosphere by 905 Kgs.
Trees are meticulously chosen for planting, tailored to the specific requirements of animals and birds in the region. Selection hinges on factors such as soil type and climate temperature, ensuring suitability for the plantation. Each tree contributes uniquely to maintaining biodiversity, thus safeguarding the lives of animals and birds.
These planted trees serve as an effective measure against soil erosion. The project aims to augment the count of trees in areas facing scarcity. This endeavor directly contributes to enlarging the nation’s overall green canopy.
Positive Impact on Farmers
Farmers receive high-quality saplings for planting on their lands bordering the forests, encompassing fruit trees, timber trees, and medicinal plants. This initiative leads to a 10% augmentation in farmers’ income over a decade.
Improving the economic circumstances for farmers play a pivotal role in facilitating better access to education for their children, and additionally, ensuring better nutrition for their families.
About the Project
This ongoing project aims to enhance greenery across India, to achieve a Carbon Fixing rate of 0.25 MT per person. Within the project framework, we identify specific sites and establish contact with farmer groups to engage them in tree planting near forest areas.
We meticulously select high-quality seedlings of fruit trees, timber trees, medicinal plants, and forest trees, which are then planted on farmers’ lands. Farmers receive comprehensive guidance on cultivation techniques, best practices, and the anticipated benefits over various timeframes: 2 years, 5 years, 10 years, and 20 years.
To ensure effective implementation, our experts conduct regular visits to monitor progress and provide guidance. We record and store data on both farmers’ conditions and forest cover on digital platforms, simultaneously updating it with each visit. This dynamic approach allows us to measure improvements accurately.
Furthermore, our commitment extends to identifying new sites and engaging more farmer groups, thereby extending the benefits of this project to a wider spectrum of communities.
All the trees undergo Geotagging. We use GPS to delineate the area boundary. We capture information about farmers, including images. Our team also has mobile apps to directly capture and store all data from the field. Carbon fixation occurring annually is computed using equations designed by experts for various species within the app and accompanying reports. Throughout the process, we uphold complete transparency in obtaining, storing, and analyzing the data.
We measure the impact generated by the project on both wildlife and farmers. Regular intervals see the collection of all necessary data, which is then analyzed by comparing it with previous data from the same parameters calculated a few months ago. The extent of change is assessed against the intended outcomes.
The project reports are prepared and sent to the contributors. The report covers the following
1) Trees status as of the last visit made
2) Any mortality in the trees planted
3) Carbon fixed in MT from the start of the project
4) Quantity of fruits that are being produced by the planted trees
5) Economic impact on the farmers.
6) Ecological impact created.