MCD School Dhool Siras(Dwarka) creating dense forest for students

On 8th March 2022, Team Rise Foundation along with school administration, School students and other volunteers implemented first phase of Miyawaki Tiny Urban Forest in 1100sq ft area with 280 native trees saplings at MCD Primary School, Dhool Siras ,Sector-24, Dwarka (New Delhi).

Rise Foundation Founder Member Mr. Madhukar Varshney interacted with students on this occasion and asked various questions from students about trees and forest.

Munish Kundra – Rise Foundation member, gave small session on Plastic pollution and guided students to fill the PET bottles to make ecobricks. All the plastic waste generated from grow bags is used to be filled for making of ecobricks.

Thanks to Inderjeet Singh Sir & Jaswant Singh Sir for helping us to get this project from School administration.

We appreciate the participation from the Ishika Kundra and her college students and Professor of DDU , Mr. Arun (Sec 6- Great India Apartments), Mr. Amit Bhatnagar and Mr. Awadhoot from ThinkGood Foundation.

This project is crowd funded 85% and balance is paid by Rise Foundation.

We are looking forward more such projects in coming months.

Miyawaki is a technique pioneered by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki, that helps build dense, native forests. The approach is supposed to ensure that plant growth is 10 times faster and the resulting plantation is 30 times denser than usual. It involves planting dozens of native species in the same area, and becomes maintenance-free after the first three years.

The method involves planting two to four trees per square metre. Miyawaki forests grow in two to three years and are self-sustaining. They help lower temperatures in concrete heat islands, reduce air and noise pollution, attract local birds and insects, and create carbon sinks.

If you want to implement Miyawaki Urban Forest, Feel free to reach us at +91 9717764262.

Published by RISE Foundation

NGO Working in Waste Managament, Environmrnt Protection and Women Empowerment

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