Chamarajanagara, May 12: In order to bring back the greenery that was lost due to wildfire the forest department is gearing up to rejuvenate forest lands in Bandipur National Park and MM Hill areas in the district, which was ravaged during last month’s forest fires.
The focus is around Gopalswamy Betta range where the vegetation cover was reduced to cinders.
Around 400 acres has already been brought under sowing of local species including bamboo, hebbevu, antwal and nelli. was serious, police further said.
Forest dept gears for rejuvenation of forest destroyed in fire in Karnataka