Toyota iCare Volunteering at Bannerghatta National Park



On 29th June, 2018, 146 volunteers working in Toyota Kirloskar Motors got together at Bannerghatta National Park to help rejuvenate the ecosystem. Together, the volunteers made over 4,000 eco-friendly sapling bags out of jute. They cleaned up one truckload of trail and planted 3,000+ seeds. They also made 30 homes for birds, while mulching half an acre of land and deweeding over an acre at the national park.

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