#SayTrees Plant Forests #WATWB

The best news from the #WATWB In Darkness, Be Light for us is when we hear of a positive action for the sustenance of our Mother Nature. We celebrated Earth Day a couple of days ago so talking about how we can nurture our planet back to good health felt right for my post for the We Are The World Blogfest.

A group of school students have set up an example that all of us can support in our own way. Planting a single tree to growing a forest, each small action matters. I have shared about composting and trees earlier as well.

Image by Johannes Plenio from Pixabay


SayTrees plants saplings and supports them to become trees. At SayTrees we have been creating urban and rural forests, support farmers with fruit trees, rejuvenate lakes and water bodies and install solar lamps in villages. SayTrees does all this with support from individuals and corporates which wish to bring change to the society under their CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiatives. Find out more here –SayTrees is an NGO in India.

Located in the Hennagara village of Karnataka, a government school celebrated the anniversary of planting 5,500 trees on World Earth Day on its premises. The trees were planted as saplings just a year ago by the students of this school with the help of SayTrees, a voluntary group.

The forest is grown through the Miyawaki plantation method, which involves the plantation of native species of plants close to each other where saplings are placed randomly on the forest bed ensuring that no two similar varieties are adjacent to each other.


Your cohosts for this month are:  Shilpa GargInderpreet UppalPeter NenaLizbeth HartzEric Lahti.Please link to them in your WATWB posts and go say hi!

Once again, here are the guidelines for #WATWB

1. Keep your post to Below 500 words, as much as possible.

2. Link to a human news story on your blogone that shows love, humanity, and brotherhood. Paste in an excerpt and tell us why it touched you. The Link is important, because it actually makes us look through news to find the positive ones to post.

3. No story is too big or small, as long as it Goes Beyond religion and politics, into the core of humanity.

4. Place the WE ARE THE WORLD badge or banner on your Post and your Sidebar. Some of you have already done so, this is just a gentle reminder for the others.

5.Help us spread the word on social media. Feel free to tweet, share using the #WATWB hastag to help us trend! 

Tweets, Facebook shares, Pins, Instagram, G+ shares using the #WATWB hashtag through the month most welcome. We’ll try and follow and share all those who post on the #WATWB hashtag, and we encourage you to do the same.

Have your followers click here to enter their link and join us! Bigger the #WATWB group each month, more the joy!

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  1. Peter Nena

    At this point in time, anybody engaged in tree-planting is a great hero. The world is facing a catastrophe and planting trees is one of the key activities that will save us all. I’m grateful to SayTrees for their dedication in giving future generations a better world. Thank you for sharing this story.

  2. Lizbeth Hartz

    Love the concept of saving the planet by planting trees, and that high school students are involved, and I liked that neat picture of a tree you posted above. What a fabulous site your link took me to; I had no idea that SayTrees existed, let alone did so much for so many. Thanks for sharing this uplifting post:)

  3. Kalpana

    The best thing about this blog hop is all the useful information one finds through reading other blogs. Loved your post. Thanks for being a host.

  4. Unishta

    This really was an amazingly informative post Inderpreet. Thanks for sharing. we have some land partially cultivated and are looking for avenues to make our plot greener.
    I have contacted Say Trees and hope they will be able to help. will keep you posted about the result.

  5. Debbie D.

    Hi Indy! 🙂 It’s been a while…I love the new look of your website!

    This is a wonderful initiative! The environment needs all the help it can get, these days.

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      Hi Debbie,
      It has!! Glad to see you here. I think WATWB has given us a wonderful opportunity to connect with Mother Earth and kindness.
      Thanks for visiting.

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