Press Release

Bahria Town Karachi's Green Revolution: Planting Seeds of Change with 200,000 Trees in a Growth Odyssey

Friday, March 01, 2024

Karachi – Bahria Town Karachi proudly mentions its ambitious “Seeds to Trees: A Growth Odyssey” initiative. With the planting of over 200,000 trees across approximately 500 acres, the town has transformed into a vibrant urban forest, setting new standards for sustainable urban development.

Through years of hard work and dedication, the community now witnesses the flourishing of a diverse range of trees within the orchards. The carefully cultivated orchards boast a rich variety of seasonal fruits, including Mango, Guava, Lemon, Banana, Chiku, Papaya, Fig, and more. This abundance serves as a testament to Bahria Town’s commitment to sustainable living and environmental responsibility.

Bahria Town’s eco-drive goes beyond rhetoric, manifesting in the expansive urban forestation project. The initiative not only enhances the visual appeal of the community but also contributes significantly to environmental well-being, reinforcing the town’s status as a green and eco-friendly urban habitat.

To celebrate this monumental achievement, Bahria Town Karachi will host the Prize Distribution Ceremony of the 73rd Pakistan Annual Flower Show 2024 at AK KHAN Park Sea View. This event aims to recognize and honor the contributions of individuals and communities in promoting environmental conservation and sustainable practices.

The green revolution in Bahria Town features a diverse array of orchard and urban plants, creating a harmonious blend of natural beauty and urban development. Urban plants such as Astonia, Tale, Arjun, Bottlebrush, Tacoma, Sukh Chain, Kachnar, Neem, Jungle Jalebi, Ber, Shatoot, and Bakain contribute to the town’s lush and varied greenery.

Bahria Town Karachi stands as more than just a residential and commercial hub; it represents a commitment to a sustainable future. The Seed to Trees initiative is a testament to the town’s dedication to environmental responsibility and the creation of a green haven within the urban landscape.

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