|Our Conservation Officer Mukund Dhurve with children|
on a nature trail
|Our free health camp at Pitezari: Dr Zanzal examines a patient|
|Our free medical camp at Boatola - Dr Zanzal |
examines forest department staff
|Forest fire in Compartment 108, doused by volunteers|
|Students on a nature trail learn how to fight a forest fire|
| Volunteer team organised by Satpuda Foundation |
assists in fighting a forest fire in comp. no. 108
|Ashram School, Masjidpur: Our team briefs students before screening|
a wildlife film
|Our staff and volunteers on patrol in Mangezari-Bagadhband road|
|Our volunteers on patrol with the Forest Department staff|
in Compartment No. 109
|Students of Mangalam Mukh Badir school, Gondia set off on nature trail.|
The students are hearing-impaired.
|Students of Mangalam Mukh Badir school, Gondia on a nature trail|
|Villagers learn to make bangles from lac|
|Volunteers clean a waterhole in comp. no. 57|
Our team organised 4 programs in March to clean water holes in Compartments 109, 56, 57 and 58.
Besides our staff, volunteers from a youth club at Mangezari also joined in the patrols. The youth club was set up with our assistance and is mentored by our Conservation Officer Mukund Dhurve.
During the month, our team organised 5 anti-plastic programmes to clean polythene/plastic litter from villages. The programmes were organised on March 2, 3, 18, 19 and 30 at Kodelohara, Kodebarra, Thadezari, Sodlagondi and Mangezari villages respectively. Mukund, Salimkumar and Jivraj organised the programmes which were attended by villagers and village eco-development committee (VEDC) members. The plastic litter has been kept in our Mangezari office and will be sent to Tiroda for recycling.
There were 5 education programmes during March 2017.
There were 7 film shows on nature and wildlife conservation in March.
Employment Cell activities