Parking Lot to Wild Habitat

In 2008 , this 857m2 plot was a parking lot, with just a handful of trees. One fine day a few folks from the Team made a trip to the Balipara Forest Reserve, and randomly collected about 15 species of plants that included creepers & climbers, orchids, herbs, ferns, grasses, a few tree saplings and introduced in this plot.

In six years, left untouched by the human hand, this place has become a small forest of its own.

Read full report given in the attachment.

 

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