Transforming rural communities: 100,000 fruit trees for empowerment and sustainability
Planting 100,000 fruit trees empowers rural communities through economic benefits, food security, and improved nutrition. Fruit trees create a sustainable income source, supporting essential needs and offering additional income opportunities through local sales and tourism.
Preserving biodiversity in Nepal: sustainable planting for economic opportunities
Preserving biodiversity and creating economic opportunities, we promote sustainable practices in farms, orchards, and private lands. This benefits local communities while reducing reliance on synthetic chemicals and safeguarding soil health, aligning with traditional farming methods.
Mitigating tourism’s carbon footprint: planting trees in Nepal
Planting diverse tree and plant species in Nepal offsets tourism’s carbon footprint, maximizes carbon sequestration, promotes soil health, and addresses climate change impacts. This fosters resilience, ecological stability, and long-term sustainability for the environment and the tourism sector.
Let’s plant 100,000 trees in Nepal !