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Tree Plantation on Earth Day

By: Siya Bhatia

Tree plantation on Earth Day

They planted a forest in 1 day to celebrate #EarthDay 🌏🌱 cc: SayTrees

Posted by Let Me Breathe on Monday, April 23, 2018

On April 22nd, World Earth Day, around 400 volunteers gathered at a Government High School near Bommasandra in Bengaluru, to plant 5500 saplings that will result in a forest by 2028. This Earth Day plantation drive was organised by Say Trees, a Bengaluru-based NGO that’s actively involved in tree plantations in India. This was their 8th plantation drive using the Miyawaki method of creating a forest, introduced by Akira Miyawaki, a Japanese Botanist. This method includes planting a variety of native species close together in a small pit. The advantage: trees grow 10 times faster and 30 times denser. The objective is to grow a 100-year-old forest in 10 years.

Siya Bhatia

Siya Bhatia

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