Safety First

We all know how fragile and valuable our seedlings are. That is why we do our level best to protect them from cold, sun, wind and rains.
You all have seen our greenhouse and shade nettings. But have you seen what we did to protect them from animals’ “attacks”? Zambian style fencing 😉

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Zambian way of protecting the seedlings...someone was overdoing it a bit 😉 safety first.
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This seedling was just one month old when we put it into Zambian soil
Safety First

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Now it is official: Planting a Future handed out the very last of our Breadfruit Tree seedlings. Nguba headteacher was lucky enough to get it to plant it on his farm. For now we will have to wait for another chance to get more breadfruit seedlings. But we still have more fruit trees that we will provide for churches, schools, orphanages and vulnerable households to start their own orchards.

Nguba headteacher with the last breadfruit tree...
Nguba headteacher with the last breadfruit tree…

And as you can see: our seedlings are very popular and people do whatever it takes to pick them up.

He rode 10km on his bike to get our trees of life
He rode 10km on his bike to get our trees of life
Very happy mom with Moringa and Pawpaw seedlings
Very happy mom with Moringa and Pawpaw seedlings
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