Renewal of Hubli’s Sweet Waters. The Rayanal Lake Story – Part 2

The Rayanal lake is a large lake with Mars planet aping topography due to the red soil and the undulation of this water body. Before its restoration, the lake was covered with invasive plant species and garbage.

The revival of this rain-fed freshwater ecosystem was of the utmost importance as it serves as a prominent source of water for the neighboring regions.

A collaborative conservation effort between the Hubli Dharwad Municipal Corporation- Department of Irrigation, IndusInd Bank part of the Hinduja Foundation under the Jal Jeevan program and E.F.I took on this restoration. Take a look at all that had happened during this restoration!

We thank the local residents and volunteers who supported us in restoring this water body! Read part 1 here.

Volunteer for India and her Environment with E.F.I, Jai Hind

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