Planting Fruit Bearing Trees

This is our main motive even in our projects to maintain a green and lush environment. Fruit-bearing trees can be the savior of our generation. The most important reason is that trees are the balancing factor in the ecology of our planet. Without trees, the balance of our environment will be at a toss. Hence planting fruit-bearing trees in every village possible is our motto.

Home or community fruit tree helps the environment by eliminating these factors. Fruit needs only to travel a short distance, from your backyard to your table, or from your community garden to your local farmer’s market.
The result is less use of fossil fuels and packing material, and fresher, more nutritious fruit.


The many benefits of growing fruit trees include their yield of fresh, locally grown food.

As another advantage, fruit trees grow well in urban and suburban settings. From a social aspect, fruit trees help people become connected to the growing process while also providing a nutritious food source and food security.

Locally grown produce helps the environment in more ways than one. Unless specified as “locally grown,” fruit purchased at the grocery store might be shipped hundreds, if not thousands, of miles before reaching your store, losing both freshness and nutritional value in the process.

Trees, including fruit trees, actually need CO2 to survive. Trees act as a cleaner, or filter for the air, absorbing CO2 and expelling fresh oxygen into the atmosphere.

In a community setting, a garden or orchard with fruit trees provides opportunities for residents to learn about sustainable development and growing your food. In some communities, orchards open the door for green jobs and other small business opportunities.

Fruit trees in the home garden help you to save energy and reduce the cost of utilities, such as electricity and water.

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