Its just a bit more than month before the seedlings arrive and no government dept or church group or NGO is ready to help. It is silence or Russian roullete as usual and we contacted 22!!! Hence we have to draw water from the river to water the seedlings for 3 months, walk a distance of 20km to educate people about breadfruit and then help families/schools plant them and care for them. Its hectic but worth it, guys. And we are doing it cos we planting a future!
Its hectic but worth it…coz we planting the future. Thumbs up to Diane Ragone for donating the seedlings, the Butterfly Tree Charity for thier support, Brad and Connie for thier moral and spiritual support, Julie for her insight and passion for the project, Josh Schneider, Garry and Blair for thier tireless efforts…this story is incomplete without you guys 🙂
Members of this group are requested to share ideas on how best to do this noble project. Every idea is welcome guys! Mine!! Though weird 😉 Lets encourage bathroom orchards. Why? Every home in the village has a bathshelter and it is used everyday. So waste water just flows or sinks into the ground. Some homes have planted a few bananas and pawpaws behind bathrooms and they flourish 🙂 What of bathroom breadfruit trees !
No ultra mordern greenhouse, no hitech equipment. But we are planting the future the best way we can. We share and beg and by the end of 3yrs there will be food for our sisters and brothers.
Can you drink that water? But she has no other
2500 rose cuttings and all are budding lol! What an obsession hahaa – Money for the project.
New toilets built by The Butterfly Tree at Nampuyani school. Thank you!
We asked for showers but got a downpour! Kani’s water hole is now a solar powered borehole thank God for Mrs……thank u mum for hearing an innocent boy’s plea.
Guys! Is anyone going to Europe or coming to Zambia any time soon? Please, I urgently need someone to hand carry breadfruit seedlings. We need them here before the rains! Contact me for details!