Mission Green

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The trees are what keep our life going - that, in fact, they are like part of our lungs. Trees keep our lives going, just like the outer part of our lungs. 

Green Mission Movement

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The Green Mission Movement seeks to create "green consciousness" and build pride in the younger generation for being actors of environmental conservation by giving them due to the recognition of their participation.

For the concept of environmental stewardship to have a strong foundation, it needs to be tackled at the fundamental level. Establishing environmental knowledge in children builds this foundation and creates the next generation of the ecologically conscious populace that will be more conscious of trees and the role they play in everyone’s lives. Thus we involve various schools of different cities and districts across Haryana in our campaigns and programs. We believe in achieving our goals by taking everyone together on an equal level. We encourage staff people in hospitals, police stations, government offices, schools and other many public places to join this movement and help the world by making it a much greener place! 

Our inexperienced college Movement seeks to make

 "green consciousness" and build pride within

the younger generation for being actors of environmental

conservation by giving them due recognition

of their participation.

For the idea of environmental place to possess a robust

 foundation, it has to be tackled at the elemental level.

Establishing environmental information in kids builds this

foundation and creates subsequent generation of

ecologically aware people that may be a lot of tuned in

to trees and also the role they play in everyone’s lives

Combining the need for practical, hands-on environmental education and the availability of an already established government program, the Green School Movement was conceptualized by Project Mission green and is being implemented in hundreds of schools each year in association with the Haryana Education Department.

A unique feature of the program is the inclusion of children from middle school and higher secondary standards for distributing and planting saplings. This means that apart from MGF students, all the children in the school of age group eleven to seventeen have the opportunity to get involved in tree plantation.

The saplings grown in schools are planted on the school premises and distributed to local residents and nearby residential locations for planting. The ownership of the trees is transferred to the local community who ensure the survival of the saplings.

 
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Mission Green - Trees for Life

Through the “Mission Green - Trees for Life” model, farmers are encouraged to plant a combination of fruit, fodder and timber trees on their farmland.

Designed to bring tree-based agriculture back to the heart of Indian farming, through this agroforestry model, farmers are guided to choose and plant the right kind of tree sapling. 

 
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The Solution

The trees are selected to take care of all issues like crop failure, soil erosion, and water inadequacy, thereby creating a self-sustaining movement. Planting trees is the simplest solution to our present-day environmental problems.

Under the agroforestry model, farmers are educated about sustainable land use that maintains and increases total yields by combining food crops and tree-based ones. Farmers are also encouraged to plant a combination of fruit, fodder and timber trees in the periphery of their farmland.

Trees bring biodiversity, soil fertility, a cooler climate, cleaner air, and increased rainfall. Their yields reduce agricultural expenditure while creating the possibility of future income through small-scale forestry enterprises.

How We Do It

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Most environmental awareness programs for schoolchildren are usually in the form of a talk or a seminar where the effects of global warming and the importance of trees are taught to students. Though such programs provide inspiration to the children, the effects are short-lived. Schoolchildren these days are rarely involved in practical efforts related to environmental conservation. Very few schools give an opportunity to children to get involved beyond what the curriculum demands.

Combining the need for practical, hands-on environmental education and the availability of an already established government program, the National Green Corps (NGC), the Green School Movement was conceptualized by Mission Green Foundation and is being implemented in hundreds of schools each year in association with the Haryana Education Department.

A unique feature of the program is the inclusion of children from middle school and higher secondary standards for distributing and planting saplings. This means that apart from NGC students, all the children in the school of age group eleven to seventeen have the opportunity to get involved in tree plantation.

The Problem

The Solution

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Mission Green - Trees for Life

A green revolution to reverse the degradation of the environment and restore ecological balance. Project Mission Green has established nurseries in 3 locations across India where quality saplings are grown through organic methods and distributed to those who are committed to plant and nurture them into trees.


Realizing the profound ecological issues occurring within the state or province, wherever MGF planted 15,000 trees with community participation.