Udupi: ‘Neralu Neravu’ team Launches new campaign ‘Namma Mane Namma Mara’

Udupi: After receiving huge success in the fundraising campaign for Salumarada Thimmakka, the Neralu Neravu likeminded youngsters team launched a new campaign ‘Namma Mane Namma Mara’ to encourage people of Udupi district to plant saplings in their houses, and grow more trees.

The First sapling to initiate the campaign was planted at Chitpadi in Entrepreneur Chandramohan’s compound on December 3. RFO Ramesh H inaugurated the Campaign by planting the sapling and wished all success for the campaign.

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Neralu Neravu Team leader Avinash Kamath speaking to mediapersons said that the house owners who wish to have the saplings in their compound and take care of them for nearly two years, can give a call to 9986220255. The Saplings will be provided by the team who will also take the initiative to plant the saplings in their compound.

The purpose of planting the saplings is to create awareness in safeguarding the environment and evoke emotional bonding with the people. The team aims at reaching out to maximum number of people of the district. The Households where the plants are planted will be monitored by keeping in touch with their owners.

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The team will post a sticker at the house encouraging others to plant saplings. The team will plant only one or two saplings in a compound. The team will distribute ‘Aala’, ‘Ashwatha’, ‘Beete’, ‘Kahibevu’, ‘Nelli’, ‘Bilva’, ‘Halasu’, ‘Hebbalasu’, ‘Honge’ ‘Cherry’ fruit saplings, he added.

Team Members Gururaj Sanil, Manjunath Kamath, Nithesh Rao, Veeraj Kaup, Srikanth Shetty and others were present.

1 Comment

  1. I appreciate the ‘Neralu Neravu’ team for excellent initiative for green cover. Though it is small in size comparing to the large scale deforestation.

    The undivided Canara is already witnessing climate change.The deficit in rainfall,high temperature,poor urban planning are already straining on health bill in common. While young generation is opted for Yoga,fitness club, zumba class non cared for our nature.

    I would also like to suggest them to plant fruit bearing trees,which will indirectly help the flora and fauna and native birds.

    All best for the team and M.com for reporting.

    Jai Hind

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