Forests Department to Plant Fruit Bearing Trees in Belthangady Taluk: This is The Reason

Forests Department to Plant Fruit Bearing Trees in Belthangady Taluk: This is The Reason

Several wild animals have been visiting the civilized society and destroying the crops grown by the farmers time and again in search of food. Forest Minister Aravind Limbavali said the department will launch a scheme to plant saplings of fruit-bearing trees on 100 acres in Belthangady taluk on June 5 as a pilot programme. The initiative will be replicated in all districts from next year. Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari D. Veerendra Heggade at Dharmasthala will launch the programme.
Dharmadhikari D. Veerendra Heggade said it was everyone’s responsibility to leave the universe in a sustainable condition for the next generation. It becomes more significant at a time when the entire world was looking at India for guidance. He further said he wrote to the Forest Minister recently to encourage planting of saplings of fruit-bearing trees to discourage human conflicts with wild animals entering habitation due to scarcity of food in forests. Mr. Limbavali responded positively to the suggestion and held Saturday’s consultation meeting, he said. Mr. Heggade suggested saplings of trees namely mango, jackfruit, bamboo, amla, kokum, Indian blackberry etc.

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