Seed Ball Maha Abhiyana Campaign Rolls Out in Bengaluru


Uttishta Bharatha, in association with Kartavya, Hasiru Mission, Kagakka Gubakka and other NGOs are organizing the “Spare A Day For Nature – Seed Ball Maha Abhiyana” campaign. The aim of the campaign is to build urban forestry and provide greenery in barren lands by using the seed ball technique. In this regard, around 30 million seed balls are expected to be spread across the country this year. The campaign is kicking off at 8 am on April 23 at Krishna Rao Park in Bengaluru with the making of seed balls.

Seeds are placed in the middle of a ball made up of a mixture moist clay, red soil, cow dung and cow urine. Uttishta Bharatha, a patriotic and social service organization, has taken the responsibility to collect the required clay and fertile mud, while the other green volunteers and partners are pitching in with other tasks. The event is open to all age groups and includes a storytelling session for kids.

As part of this program, Kagakka Gubakka, a cultural heritage initiative, is organizing a storytelling sessions to bring back the childhood full of stories and outdoor games for kids.

Date: 18-04-2017 | Source: Uttishta Bharatha

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  1. Dear sir,
    I wanted to join the team. I have retired as sr.officer from Coal India Ltd at Bilaspur recently; and I have already started work with the Green Chhattisgarh Mission on my own cost which includes seed ball technology. Pls advice me about it and allow to join your team so that take up the job in a proper way based on your guidance, hope you will help for this noble cause. Thanks.

    • Dear Mr.Sujit,
      Thank you very much for your enthusiasm. Uttishta Bharatha is a large NGO that has taken this seed ball campaign across India. you can join them by checking their profile on Facebook. if you need more info on seed balls, please mail us at editor


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