In the realm of environmental conservation, few organizations can boast a legacy as impactful as the Environmental and Consumer Protection Foundation (ECPFO). With three decades of unwavering dedication, ECPFO has been a driving force in North India’s quest for a greener and more sustainable future. Having successfully planted over 10 Lakhs plants across the region, ECPFO continues to set an inspiring example of how collective efforts can create profound change.
A recent chapter in ECPFO’s journey unfolded at the serene Vrindavan Ashram, where the organization’s passionate team orchestrated a meaningful plantation drive. This time, the focus was on nurturing indigenous plant varieties such as Jamun, Neem, Peepal, and Amaltash – the cornerstones of India’s rich biodiversity. What set this initiative apart was the active involvement of local primary school students and staff, infusing the event with youthful enthusiasm and a promise of continuity.
Understanding that fostering environmental consciousness must begin at a young age, ECPFO took a proactive step in educating and engaging the budding minds. The students were treated to an insightful briefing on the pivotal role trees play in maintaining ecological balance, purifying the air, and supporting diverse ecosystems. The session highlighted how a single sapling could eventually transform into a towering pillar of environmental resilience.
Thanks to Amit Kumar, Sec. General, ECPFO -NGO and Mission Green Delhi Community member for sharing this story with missiongreendelhi.com audience.