Forestry Club

A forest club in a college setting typically refers to a student organization or club focused on activities related to forests, conservation, and environmental stewardship. These clubs can vary widely in their activities and objectives, but they often serve as a platform for students who share an interest in forests and the environment to come together, learn, and act. Here are some common features and activities of forest clubs in MES  college:


  • Education and Awareness: Organizing workshops, seminars, and educational events to raise awareness about the importance of forests, biodiversity, and environmental conservation among students and the wider community.

  • Outdoor Adventures: Planning and leading outdoor activities such as hiking trips, camping excursions, and nature walks to explore and appreciate forests and natural ecosystems.

  • Conservation Projects: Undertaking hands-on conservation projects such as tree planting, habitat restoration, and wildlife monitoring to contribute to the preservation and restoration of local forests and ecosystems.

  • Advocacy and Outreach: Advocating for policies and practices that promote forest conservation, sustainable land management, and environmental protection through campaigns, petitions, and advocacy efforts.

  • Research and Study: Supporting research initiatives and academic projects related to forestry, ecology, and environmental science, providing opportunities for students to gain practical experience and contribute to scientific knowledge

  • Community Engagement: Collaborating with local communities, government agencies, and environmental organizations to address environmental issues, promote sustainable practices, and foster a sense of environmental stewardship

  • Forest clubs in college settings can serve as platforms for students with a shared interest in forests and environmental issues to connect, learn, and take action to make a positive impact on the environment and society.


Installation of Earthen pots for Birds

Venue: College campus

Forestry club of MES college has hanged earthen water pots in campus to preserve the feathered beings of this earth from severe heat and hunger. The pots were hung in quiet, less disturbed areas. This simple act greatly improves the survival of birds. The event was enjoyed by all students present there. The event was coordinated by Ms. Amruta Dinesh, Faculty of Biosciences and the programme was inaugurated by Dr, jasmine PM, Vice Principal MES College.

Wild Life Week

Venue: Conference Hall, MES College, Marampally

MES College Forestry club in assosciation with Kerala Forestry Department has celebrated wildlife week from October 2 to 8. A talk on the restoration and preservation of Forest flora and fauna was delivered by Dr. P E Easa, Former Deputy Director of KFRI, Peechi. Dr Ajims P Muhammed, Principal, addressed the gathering. Many programmers’ like Forestry Quiz , poster and Debate competition was conducted in association with wild life week. The officials from forestry club Perumbavoor attended the programme. Around 135 students from forestry club participated in the occasion. The programme ended with the vote of thanks by Dr. Lina Anil.

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