Plant a Tree on Earth Day
On the occasion of International Earth Day, let’s actively demonstrate our commitment to environmental protection by planting lots of trees. For every tree you plant, Greenverz Solutions will match it with an equal number of trees planted for you. As it is Earth Day and action is of utmost importance, all the trees are planted in the best conditions to ensure their survival.
The project actively selects trees based on the needs of the animals and birds in that area. Depending on the soil, climate, and temperature, the most suitable trees are chosen for the plantation. Every tree is unique and contributes to maintaining biodiversity, preserving the life of animals and birds.
Moreover, the trees will actively help in controlling soil erosion. The project aims to increase the number of trees in areas where they are less prevalent, thus contributing to the overall green cover of the country.
Positive Impact on Farmers
Farmers receive high-quality saplings of fruit trees, timber trees, and medicinal plants to plant on their lands adjacent to the forests. This initiative leads to an increase in the farmers’ income by 10% over a 10-year period. Thus improving their economic conditions, enabling better access to education for their children and nutrition for their families.
About the Project – Plant a Tree on Earth Day
The ongoing project aims to achieve more greenery in India with a goal of Carbon Fixing 0.25 MT per person. In this project, we identify sites and contact farmer groups to plant trees on their lands close to forest areas. We carefully select high-quality seedlings of fruit trees, timber trees, medicinal plants, and forest trees. Then, farmers will plant these trees on their farms.
Farmers receive on-point explanations on how to raise the trees, along with best practices and the benefits they will receive in the span of a few years. Experts conduct periodic visits to monitor progress and guide the farmers effectively. The experts record and store the current condition of the farmers and forest cover on e-platforms. This information keeps updating with each visit to track improvements.
Additionally, the project continuously identifies new sites and farmer groups to ensure the benefits are spread to all.
The project actively geotags the trees and marks the area boundary using GPS. It also captures farmer details along with images through mobile apps directly from the field. Calculations and analysis of the data, including yearly carbon fixing, are based on equations developed by experts for different species in the app and reports. We keep total transparency throughout the process, in obtaining, storing, and analyzing the data.
The project actively measures the impact on wildlife and farmers. It captures all data at regular intervals and then analyzes it by comparing it with the previous data on the same parameters calculated a few months ago. The change is then measured against the planned results.
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.