We have systematically planted a variety of fruit and economic trees including Pawpaw, sour chop, mangoes, guava, citruses, moringa, avocadoes, bananas and plantain. In support of our philosophy that every household should have at least 5 fruit threes instead of, or in addition to ornamental trees, we are developing a fruit tree nursery and hope to market the seedling to our community. We also propagating a nursery of some cultural food trees that at risk of extinction because of deforestation and climate change; they include: Achicha, mimi (pepper tree), Uwka (breadfruit), ugba (oil bean seed).