One crore fruit tree saplings are being planted in Kerala through Seva Bharathi's environmental protection project Grama Vaibhavam. This maha yajna, which was attended by one lakh volunteers, was organized from June 5 to 15, 2020 (from Environment Day to Farmers' Day), the project was formally inaugurated by Hon'ble Governor of Kerala Shri. Arif Mohammad Khan. All the committees of Seva Bharati in the state, on The Environment Day of June 5, by taking care of the planted trees and planting new fruit trees, the project continues unabated.
Green beauty is god's gift to our Kerala state, studies reveal that the balance of nature has been damaged due to the mindless actions of human beings, and severe droughts, year-on-year floods and extremely dangerous infectious diseases should be considered as self-defense mechanisms that nature prepares for its own survival. It threatens the very existence of mankind. Therefore, with the aim of preparing nature for the betterment of the country, the Deseeya Seva Bharati Grama Vaibhavam, an environmental conservation project, is being implemented. Around 5,000 project areas in 14 districts of Kerala have been selected and the project is planned with a focus on the panchayat with community participation.
Seva Bharati is also formulating industrial projects that convert fruits into value-added products through this project, which aims to bring all panchayats in Kerala to prosperity through nature conservation and fruit trees.