Tree planting continues at the lakes.

Note from Ramesh Sivaram:
Yesterday, some of the long time residents of Sarjapur Road, Lakshmish and Rajgopal of Swami Vivekanada Sevaabivruddi Samaste, a local NGO based in Kaikondrahalli, and Rajeev Manikoth, another long time resident from nearby Shubh Enclave, planted bamboo saplings at the islands inside Kaikondrahalli lake on Sarjapura Road and Ambalipura lake (adjoining Trinity Meadows and Mantri apartments).

Tree planting. pic: Ramesh Sivaram.

We are happy report that the saplings planted earlier in the kaikondrahalli island are all doing well.

Tree planting. pic: Ramesh Sivaram.

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