Tree Plantation and Conservation drive by Astarc group’s CSR


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MUMBAI: Kishore Musale Charitable Trust (KMCT) is committed to the ASTARC GROUPS Corporate Social Responsibility towards Educational, Health Care, Environment, Socio – Cultural, Self Reliance upliftment of the rural people – especially Adivasi communities for their overall well-being and self-development

With an objective to contribute in preserving and promoting the Environment, KMCT has conducted tree plantation and conservation drive in which 1800 tree saplings were planted in association with 20 ZP Schools in Palghar and Thane districts on 1 July 2016. Uniqueness of this program is that plantation is focused with sustaining the plants; to ensure this a metal tree guard is provided for plants.

To develop the culture of responsibility towards Nature among students, in every school where trees planted each two students have adopted one tree for conservation. They will take care of it during their stay in school and pass the responsibility to new students when they leave school. Villagers and local Gram Panchayat too active part in the event and contributed by pit diggings. All have assured more than 80% survival rate of plated trees.

Event was attended by Students, Teachers, Gramsevak, local MLA, Government officials, Astarc group volunteers with CSR team. Activity has given a positive message to the people about protection and promotion of Environment for our own survival.

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