Bamboo trees will be planted along Kham River
Kham River – Former MLC Pasha Patel announced on Monday that a drive will be undertaken to plant 30,000 bamboo trees along the Kham river in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
He stated that the drive would be supported by a corporate social responsibility (CSR) fund.
Last month, Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray unveiled phase one of this project, which includes an open amphitheater, a walking trail, a play area, and riverbank camping.
Drip irrigation will be used to deliver water to the bamboo trees, according to Patel.
“We hope to select eight places in Aurangabad city in the second phase of the bamboo plantation project, and 20 more in the third phase,” he said.
According to Patel, the government and commercial entities have been using coal as a source of energy, which generates 5.90 lakh tonnes of carbon every day.
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