Syriac youth plants trees to save the bees in the Nineveh Plains in Iraq

KARAMLESH, NINEVEH PLAINS, Iraq — In a personal initiative, the Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian beekeeper Isen Samir Eshou from Iraq carried out a tree planting project to save the bees in the Karamlesh orchards in the Nineveh Plains.

After he obtained official approval, he started planting more than 800 eucalyptus trees that are beneficial for the bees in the region. The trees would also protect the environment and ease the atmosphere.

The project was launched on 30th May, and a large part of it was completed so far, with the help of the residents of the area.