About the State
Nagaland, nestled in the scenic North East, holds unique wildlife and a rich cultural tapestry. Despite its natural beauty, the state faces challenges with decreasing forest cover and low farmer income. The Green Nagaland project seeks to address these issues by increasing both forest cover and farmer income through agroforestry. Join us in this endeavor, contributing to the fixation of a minimum of 0.30 MT of carbon and safeguarding the livelihoods of farmers and the diverse wildlife of Nagaland.
Impact in Numbers
We will plant 10,000 trees in Project Green Nagaland.
Carbon Fixed 300 Kgs per tree.
CO₂ reduction from the atmosphere by 1100 Kgs per tree.
The positive impact will reach 200 farmers.
Nagaland boasts unique wildlife that demands preservation. To sustain this, experts select trees based on soil conditions, water availability, and temperature range. The diverse planting ensures ample food and shelter for animals, maintaining the state’s biodiversity and preserving the lives of its wildlife.
- The trees planted shall help in controlling the soil erosion.
- The project shall be able to increase the number of trees that are less in number in the state.
- Increase in the overall green cover of the state.
Positive impact on farmers
- Farmers get high-quality saplings to plant on their lands adjacent to the forests. Fruit trees, Timber trees, Medicinal plants.
- Increase in the farmer income by 10% over a 10-year period of time.
- Better economic conditions for the farmers help in getting education for the children, and nutrition for the family.
About the Project: Green Nagaland
Project Green Nagaland is an ongoing project to help achieve increased greenery in the state. In this project, we identify sites and reach out to farmer groups to plant trees on their lands near forest areas. We identify high-quality seedlings of fruit trees, timber trees, medicinal plants, and forest trees, and then plant them on the farmers’ lands. We explain to the farmers how to raise them, providing insights into best practices and the benefits they will receive in the next 2, 5, 10, and 20 years.
Furthermore, experts make periodic visits to monitor progress and guide the farmers. We record the current condition of the farmers and forest cover on a platform, updating it during every visit to track improvements. The project continually identifies new sites and farmer groups to spread the benefits to all.
Furthermore, the project team actively geotags the trees, ensuring precise tracking of their locations. GPS technology is utilized to mark the area boundary accurately. Notably, farmer details, including relevant images, are diligently captured and securely stored through mobile apps directly from the field. This comprehensive data collection process enables the project to maintain a robust database.
Additionally, the project calculates the yearly carbon fixation by employing expert-developed equations specific to different tree species within the app. These calculations are then integrated into detailed reports, providing valuable insights into the project’s environmental impact. Throughout the entire data acquisition, storage, and analysis process, the project maintains total transparency, ensuring the reliability and integrity of the information collected. This commitment to transparency allows for informed decision-making and effective monitoring of the project’s progress.
Particularly, the project team actively measures the impact it creates for both wildlife and farmers. Regularly capturing data at defined intervals ensures a comprehensive assessment of the project’s effects. We meticulously analyze this data by comparing it with the previous data collected on the same parameters calculated a few months ago. The observed changes are precisely measured against the planned results, enabling an accurate evaluation of progress and effectiveness.
Furthermore, this systematic monitoring allows for a deeper understanding of the project’s outcomes and facilitates informed decision-making. By comparing the current data with past records, the project can identify trends, successes, and areas for improvement. This process ensures that the project remains on track and enables the necessary adjustments to achieve the desired results.
The project reports are prepared and sent to the contributors. The report covers the following
1) Trees status as on 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.
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Greenverz Solutions Private Limited is a Land Restoration and tree plantation company which is involved in tree plantations in rural area as well as urban areas and cities. The tree orders that are placed by the customers are planted and details shared of the location where the trees have been planted. The locations can be anywhere in the country depending on the availability of sites and trees. We do not sell any physical product like tree saplings, leaves, branches etc. All orders of the trees are planted and no tree saplings orders can be physically sent to any person or entity. We strive to make India greener and sustainable.
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