Fruit trees are an important natural and economic tool available to alleviate hunger and poverty, and combat climate change.
2016 - 5,000 fruit trees
2017 - 51,000 fruit trees
2018 - 51,000 fruit trees Proposed
Bundelkhand, Lalitpur, UP, India.
One of the most drought prone and poverty stricken regions in India.
Grateful for the help and support of friends and well wishers Nanjibhai, @mmanihar, Chitresh Mahindroo, Karuna Singh, Aditya Pundir, Kathleen Rogers, Earth Day Network, The Climate Reality Project India, Rahul Sikka, Pooja Joshi, Atul Ahluwalia, Arun Kumar Jain, Prerna, @Ved Prakash, Narendra Asija, Brij Kishore, Gurmeet Singh Chawla, Rajneesh Garg, Rajiv Kalra, @Vishnu Vishal, Dp Sangwan, @CS Rao, Ranjit Krishnan, Satpal Singh, Ramit Basu, Bundelkhand Sewa Sansthan Lalitpur, and a host of other friends and family who have been helpful, supportive and encouraging to get such a large planting done.
A few photos of the fruit trees from some of the villages we have been planting since 2016.
This year too we aim to plant and nurture 51,000 fruit trees for 120 marginal farmers, fruit trees which will provide food and income in Anaoura village, Lalitpur, Bundelkhand, UP, India.
Do contribute and have a few fruit trees planted
Grateful for you help, support and encouragement.