‘Botanical garden project/ Vanaspati Udyan Prakalp’ at ITI Mulund, was handed over on 10.01.2019 to Principal,ITI, Mulund ,East. About 150 plants of 100 indigenous species are planted. Hariyali volunteers, NSS volunteers and teachers of ITI and citizens were present at the function. A document is prepared and is given to Shri. Patil of ITI and also to Shri. Charegavkar who guided and supported the project all through.


Vanaspati Udyan handing over function

Shri Satish -narrating the Purpose of the function

Dr. Kulkarni addressing the gathering

audience addressed by Dr. Kulkarni

document handed over to Shri. patil. ITI

_Shri Bahalkar handing the document to shri. Charegavkar

Shri. patil ITI

Shri Apte – vote of thanks

Team Hariyali

The annual Eco Tour of Hariyali was conducted on 20th Jan 2019 at Visawa Farms, Saralgaon near Murbad. The main attraction of the Tour was the Concept Rose Garden cultivated by Dr.Mhaskar and his dedicated team. The garden has a robust collection of different rose varieties including the rare ones like the 800 year old Green Rose plant specie. It was also a wonderful opportunity for new comers to understand Hariyali and it’s multiple initiatives. The participants shared their views and experiences on various environmental activities with which they had been associated. The location also provided opportunity to do some seed gathering and understand some new plant species. The tour concluded on this positive note.



Hariyali recently participated in Vrukshvalli 2019, an Exhibition on fruits, flowers, vegetables and gardening concepts organized by Thane Municipal Corporation. It was conducted during 11th to 13th Jan 2019 at Raymond Grounds in Thane. Our Team had also put up a stall with an opportunity to showcase our varied strengths and initiatives in the field of environment. Audience acknowledged our contribution to the Green Cause and enthusiastically committed to associate with Hariyali in future. We were able to put up a strong show thanks to the wonderful team spirit shown by Hariyali volunteers.Way to go.