Sustainable Agriculture and Forestation for Dry Areas with Greening Deserts Projects
It has long time been the aim of Greening Deserts founder Oliver Caplikas from Leipzig to make dry areas green with the help of sustainable cultivation. The project launched the official page in early summer and looking forward to make this world greener for the upcoming generations. With the pioneering initiative of Greening Deserts, the organization plans to make a good use of sustainable agriculture and renewable energy for the sake of cultivating poor areas. Considering that special desert plants like Desert Bamboo which are capable to produce topsoil layers fast can also offer shadows to other plants around, this project is basically aimed at cultivating groves and woods, but also food, herbs and medicinal plants of each region.
With the use of filtered ocean water and sharing systems over- and underground, this project can actually be a huge success. With the main focus on using clean technologies, they plan to use bamboo water pipelines for the purpose of reaching dry areas or far regions in future. While the post-globalized scenario has taken the entire universe on a journey of losing greenery, this organization seeks to make the plane the greener again. They are willing to start everywhere where there is high potentiality of producing topsoil. They have selected some dry countries like Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Africa, Morocco, Spain, Lebanon, Syria, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Iran, Pakistan, India, China, and many more.
The project begins with building greening camps near the coasts, a kind of farm with greenhouses and container, tents or huts. With the help of best greening techniques like permaculture and experiences of agriculture history they aim to make dry areas ready to be cultivated for the purpose of producing food, herbs and medicinal plants. Another good idea is to build a water network for dry areas. Being motivated by the aim of restricting desertification and promoting forestation.
They care and respect the real and ancient deserts and don’t green them or just a little at the edges, reducing desertification and other damages made mostly by humanity. It makes no sense to green the old or bigger sand deserts, there are sandstorms and less solid grounds. They help the nature to regenerate damaged land better and faster, respecting the local conditions, grounds, water, air, biosphere,.. working together with the nature, in harmony and natural balance.
With many years of the experience, the proficient team of the organization takes the bid to make this world a better place to live. They strive to excel not only by saving the environment and making it greener, but also by reducing the hunger crisis spread across various countries in the world. Promoting sustainable agriculture across various countries, they are looking forward to be backed via the crowd funding campaigns on platforms like Kickstarter. The organization is in search of future partners, sponsors and investors as well. Each advice, suggestions and support is welcome, they are in dire need of having financial support as well. By visiting greeningdeserts.com, you can easily fund and support them.
About Greening Deserts:
Greening Deserts is a reputed organization that takes the bid to stop desertification and make dry areas green with the help of sustainable irrigation and renewable energy.
Greening Deserts, Oliver Caplikas,
Rolf-Axen-Str.5, 04229 Leipzig