Hundreds Walk For Sadhguru’s ‘Save Soil’ Initiative

SUGAR LAND: On this past bright and sunny Fathers Day weekend of June 18-19th, over 16,000 people from all walks of life joined together in over sixty cities across North and South America to walk for Soil! Walkers of every age and background, enjoying a 3 to 5Km stroll to create awareness of a silently brewing crisis: soil degradation.


In Sugar Land, the walkathon was held at Town Center on Saturday, June 18 early in the morning along a trial marked by traffic cones and volunteers. Participants also took part in a dance aerobics as well aas heard from organizers about the rapidly growing need for soil conservation.


KIds ejoyed getting henna tatoos and took part in several games.


All food comes from a single source: the soil.


However, over the past 150 years, more than half of all planetary soil has been lost.


Currently, 50% of U.S. soil and 75% of European soil lacks sufficient organic content. It is predicted by scientists that by 2045, the world’s population will grow to 9.3 billion people, yet the world will produce 40% less food than it is producing now.


Save soil is a initiative launched by global leader and visionary Sadhguru.


This a worldwide effort to reach and educate over 3.5 billion people around the globe, by rallying citizen support and advocating policies that support soil health. Several State Officials, local physicians, business CEOs and musicians enthusiastically participated


The approach of this movement has been unique in that it fosters involvement through inclusiveness, joy and inspiration.


By mobilizing people now, change is possible and we can make it happen by coming together as one voice. Visit savesoil.org to learn more.


(Courtesy: https://www.indoamerican-news.com/)


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