Public Amenities – Now, Upvan will add income to Gram Panchayats

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Shahjahanpur. A total of 38,500 seedlings, including fruit, ornamental and commercial seedlings, were planted on 35 hectares of government land in the village of Dhanyaura in the Sadar Mountains on behalf of the Upvan Yohna Village Forestry Department. The income from these trees is paid into the account of the village fund.
DFO Adarsh ​​Kumar said that some people were illegally occupying the land of the village society in Dhanyaura village in Sadar Mountains. After the illegal occupation by DM and SDM Sadar had been eliminated, the Forestry Office planted seedlings on 35 hectares. This land was divided into seven parts. 38,500 saplings of mango, berries, guava, rosewood, teak, eucalyptus, jungle jalebi, cassia, balam cucumber, basil, turmeric etc. were planted under the name Dorfgarten.
The DFO announced that the forestry office would protect these plants for three years. After that, responsibility for this park will be handed over to the Gram Panchayat. From the income from the trees, the forestry office bears the maintenance costs for three years and the other income is paid into the village cash account. This will also help the Upvan village with the development work in the Gram Panchayat.
Bamboo plants planted to stop river erosion
Where the village of Upvan was founded in the Gram Panchayat Dhanyaura, the river flows beside it. For this reason, bamboo plants were planted on the banks of the river. DFO Adarsh ​​Kumar said that the roots of the bamboo do not go deep and spread on the top surface of the soil and hold the soil by a strong hold. This reduces the risk of cuts.
In addition to protecting the environment, the village garden also increases the income of the village panchayats. As a first attempt, a park was set up in Dhanyaura village. The aim is to build high-rise village buildings in other places as well. The place is also marked for this.
Adarsh ​​Kumar, DFO, Shahjahanpur.

Shahjahanpur. A total of 38,500 seedlings, including fruit, ornamental and commercial seedlings, were planted on 35 hectares of government land in the village of Dhanyaura in the Sadar Mountains on behalf of the Upvan Yohna Village Forestry Department. The income from these trees is paid into the account of the village fund.

DFO Adarsh ​​Kumar said that some people were illegally occupying the land of the village society in Dhanyaura village in Sadar Mountains. After the illegal occupation by DM and SDM Sadar had been eliminated, the Forestry Office planted seedlings on 35 hectares. This land was divided into seven parts. 38,500 saplings of mango, berries, guava, rosewood, teak, eucalyptus, jungle jalebi, cassia, balam cucumber, basil, turmeric etc. were planted under the name Dorfgarten.

The DFO said that the forestry department will protect these plants for three years. After that, responsibility for this park will be handed over to the Gram Panchayat. From the income from the trees, the forestry office bears the maintenance costs for three years and the other income is paid into the village cash account. This will also help the Upvan village with the development work in the Gram Panchayat.

Bamboo plants planted to stop river erosion

Where the village of Upvan was established in Gram Panchayat Dhanyaura, the river flows beside it. For this reason, bamboo plants were planted on the banks of the river. DFO Adarsh ​​Kumar said that the roots of the bamboo do not go deep and spread on the top surface of the soil and hold the soil by a strong hold. This reduces the risk of cuts.

In addition to protecting the environment, the village garden also increases the income of the village panchayats. As a first attempt, a park was set up in Dhanyaura village. The aim is to build high-rise village buildings in other places as well. The place is also marked for this.

Adarsh ​​Kumar, DFO, Shahjahanpur.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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