Wild Vegetable Festival 2019.
In the IPCC report 2018, it is predicted due to climate change India will face major health problems like malnutrition. Our health is the first thing that is going to affect by climate change. To mitigate this problem Srushtidnyan is promoting sustainability driven local food like millet, seasonal fruits, and vegetables etc. In the monsoon season lots of edible plants growing in the forests, farm binds and roadside wherever small patch of soil is available. They are called as wild vegetables and were part of our traditional diet. These wild vegetables are growing naturally without any chemical manure & pesticides and rich with micro nutrients and medicinal properties. School children & college youth are sensitized about it in the program “Wild Vegetables- Untold Story” by Ms. Nilima Jorvar in R. J. College. Followed by wild vegetable festivals were organized in Anuyog Vidyalay, Khar and Amchi Shala, Chembur to spread awareness. Parents prepared delicious and mouthwatering dishes from wild vegetables. Congratulations to R. J. College team for informative posters & booklet on wild vegetables special thanks to Badgujar sir, Kudav Sir, Dhamnaskar Sir, Shital Patil Madam for your remarkable efforts.