Out of those little seedlings that looked as though they mightn't make it, a few is sprouting now. And those ones that started lifting off the surface in the last week or so is shooting into the sky at a much faster pace compare to the ones that came alive during the winter temperature. And... Continue Reading →
It means a lot for me to be around people who has ingrained interest in conservation. One, I don't feel like the only one that cares. Two, you see a lot of odd behaviours- like collecting seeds from trees and storing in unexpected places- like a fridge! So I was cleaning this fridge, and I... Continue Reading →
Pakistani region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa planted 750 million trees since 2015. Source of information: http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/pakistani-province-grows-750-million-trees/
"Forests don't have to be far-flung nature reserves, isolated from human life. Instead, we can grow them right where we are — even in cities. -Shubhendu Sharma" https://www.ted.com/talks/shubhendu_sharma_how_to_grow_a_forest_in_your_backyard
Sky above the reserver. There is plenty of water stored, and the firm ground under feet. What more could we hope for?
Spring is near. I wish I could have captured the fragrance and send this to you as well. It was Devine. Bees were hard at work. It was a lovely day today.
When I was 6 or 7 years old, our school teacher took us out of the classroom onto the playground, which was a huge open space to the 6-year-old self. She walked around the edge of the playground with us and showed us those trees, some of which had been there for decades already. Standing... Continue Reading →
If I could make a request to the Great Spirit I'd ask to be reborn as a gentle tree I want to be just wherever I will be And grow just fine the way I will grow I can spread my branches far and wide To provide shelter for the animals to rest My fruits... Continue Reading →