Selection of 100 year old 100 trees in the district

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Selection of 100 year old 100 trees in the district
Particular attention is paid to the selected trees with a view to protecting the environment.
Samvad news agency
Bansi. In order to save the historical, ancient and mythological sites and symbols of Buddha Bhoomi, 100 trees were selected from the trees that are over 100 years old. DFO Akash Deep Badhawan announced that more than 100 trees of historical, mythological, religious and cultural importance have been selected in the district.
They were selected by the scientists at the Uttar Pradesh Biodiversity Board and Lucknow University. Particular emphasis is placed on the appropriate preservation of these old trees. Curiosity about these trees will increase among the general public, school children and tourists. In addition, ecotourism is promoted. The preservation of these trees of historical and cultural importance has been included in the illustrated book Heritage Trees of UP. This tree draws tourists, readers and nature lovers to the rich environmental traditions of Siddharthnagar. Research and identification of historical and mythological trees, Principal Investigator of the Lucknow University Forest Life Institute Prof. The team of the forest department led by Amita Kannojia made it in October 2020. This team also included ranger Dilip Kumar from Naugarh Range, Forest Guard Shivanand, Vivek Mishra from Bansi, Raj Kapoor Dubey, Govind Lal, District Science Club coordinator Siddharth Shankar Pandey.
The district has 2500 hectares of forest.
The relative forest area of ​​the entire 2.86 hectare geographic area of ​​the district is only 2500 hectares. DFO Akashdeep Badhawan says efforts are being made to increase the forest area by planting trees continuously to protect the environment in the district. People are made aware of the planting by explaining the importance of the trees.

Selection of 100 year old 100 trees in the district

Particular attention is paid to the selected trees with a view to protecting the environment.

Samvad news agency

Bansi. In order to save the historical, ancient and mythological sites and symbols of Buddha Bhoomi, 100 trees were selected from the trees that are over 100 years old. DFO Akash Deep Badhawan announced that more than 100 trees of historical, mythological, religious and cultural importance have been selected in the district.

They were selected by the scientists at the Uttar Pradesh Biodiversity Board and Lucknow University. Particular emphasis is placed on the appropriate preservation of these old trees. Curiosity about these trees will increase among the general public, school children and tourists. In addition, ecotourism is promoted. The preservation of these trees of historical and cultural importance has been included in the illustrated book Heritage Trees of UP. This tree draws tourists, readers and nature lovers to the rich environmental traditions of Siddharthnagar. Research and identification of historical and mythological trees, Principal Investigator of the Lucknow University Forest Life Institute Prof. The team of the forest department led by Amita Kannojia made it in October 2020. This team also included ranger Dilip Kumar from Naugarh Range, Forest Guard Shivanand, Vivek Mishra from Bansi, Raj Kapoor Dubey, Govind Lal, District Science Club coordinator Siddharth Shankar Pandey.

The district has 2500 hectares of forest.

The relative forest area of ​​the entire 2.86 hectare geographic area of ​​the district is only 2500 hectares. DFO Akashdeep Badhawan says efforts are being made to increase the forest area by planting trees continuously to protect the environment in the district. People are made aware of the planting by explaining the importance of the trees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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