Soon the season of fruits like mango, durians, rambutans, langsat (lansones), duku, mangosteen, jack fruit, and others will be here.

When you’re finished eating your fruits, don’t throw the seeds in your rubbish bin.

Wash them, dry them (in the sun) and pack it in newspaper and keep it in your car.

Whenever you go out and find an open barren land while traveling, be it on a village road or on an empty motorway, throw out the seeds. They will germinate easily in the the coming monsoon.

With this simple act, we can contribute even a single tree each season to our world. Our mission of greening our world would be successful.

The Thai government has been promoting this to their citizens over the last few years.

Many of their districts officers have been driving this campaign aggressively which has been very successful.

The number of fruit trees in the wild have multiplied many times over particularly in the Northern districts of Thailand.

Let us also do what the Thais did in this brilliant initiative to spread abundance in nature. This simple yet effective activity will contribute back to nature for our next generations.