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Thursday, August 2, 2012

TREES - SAVE THEM

It is been a while I posted. I was on tour to South Western USA (California, Nevada and Arizona). I had the chance to see the
Mojave Desert,
Yosemite Valley
and the Grand Canyon.
Enjoyed every minute of the nature tour and the different Biomes. Each time you see these places, it looks different. I had a chance to take a snap with statue of John Muir,


one of pioneer Environmentalist. Because of him everyone could enjoy these Natural National Parks. Grand Sequoia Trees
are unimaginable and one feel the greatness of them when you are close to them. These giant trees grow from a small seed. Year by year they store their history as rings and grow into these grand giant trees. All over the parks there are different kinds of trees and when you are there, you breathe fresh air and you feel healthy. One thing I noticed during the national park tours is they strongly insist to never even take anything from these areas, which is good. These parks will be preserved forever and future generations can enjoy. Meanwhile I read, in a wildlife sanctuary and a place I love in India, several teak trees were felled. It saddened me. These teak trees are also oldest trees in India. Just some greedy mongrels for getting money cut those several year old trees. These fools don't even know what they have done. They should at least replace the trees they cut.  When trees are gone, rains are gone. It was worst monsoon this year. Saw the photos of Cauvery river without water for Adi 18th festival. It is getting worst and worst. People should take care of the trees. If not these areas will turn into a desert.  I have experienced the coolness of the tree's shadow during hot summer. Even now I feel proud to see the grown up trees at Viswadeepthi School and Bharathiar University which we planted as small saplings.
Take care of the trees.
At EAFarms we are following Green economy policies, local community is hired to perform farm activities whenever required. Also, since we practice natural farming, chemical substances in any form such as fertilizer, pesticides etc are not used and hence the worker's health is preserved. We have also planted several important trees and they are growing as we anticipated. Praying to  God to save the trees everywhere on the Earth.

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