Plantation of more than 300 saplings by ICAR-CIFRI on the occasion of The "Ganga Vriksharopan Saptah" under NMCG project

Last Updated on 01.08.2017



The "Ganga Vriksharopan Saptah" was celebrated during 31st July, 2017 by ICAR-Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, Barrackpore, West Bengal.under NMCG project entitled "Assessment of fish and fisheries of the Ganga River System for Developing Suitable conservation and restoration plan" with main objective of restoration, rejuvenation and conservation of the Ganga River basin. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. B. K. Das, Director, ICAR-CIFRI and PI, CIFRI-NMCG project with planting sapling of a mango tree on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore. All the staffs of the institute participated in the programme and planted more than 300 saplings of Jack fruit, Java Plum (Jamun) and Mango tree on the river bank. The purpose of planting such tree saplings were to prevent soil erosion of river bank and contribute to the future benefits of the local people of Barrackpore by making environment healthy and prosper.




Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore

Sapling plantation on the bank of river Ganga at Barrackpore