Maneybhanjyang is a village just 2 km from our Sandakphu base camp. The exchange of upcycling ideas has been growing across villages in the region.
In addition to the upcycled products, we have been making vertical gardens with discarded plastic bottles.
When segregation gives you glass bottles, make bottle stools out of them!
Our team has been working late into the night, making stools from different kinds of segregated waste.
Remember the eco-pillows we have been making? We are going bigger and cozier at our Roopkund and Sandakphu base camps. At Jaubhari, the Sandaphu base camp, our team found a Tibetan outer cover for our upcycled pillows. The intricate designs on the pillow cover are the traditional local patterns.
Last but not the least, we have some pretty big news regarding our collaborative efforts with the Block Development Officer at Sukhia Pokri.
Our team behind the scenes
Our Green Trails Fellows Anas, Himanshu, Shweta, Moumita and Shivaprasad with happy smiles.
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