As part of its efforts to boost tourism, the Ministry of Coal has transformed suitable mining areas into eco-parks, water sports, underground mine tourism, golf courses, adventures and bird watching. The ministry believes these sites have great recreational potential, which in turn will create jobs for locals.
The Madwani Dam Eco Park, developed by Northern Coalfields Limited, Singlauri, and the Ananyavatika Eco-Restoration Park and Lake Pit, developed by South Eastern Coalfields Limited, Dhora, Madhya Pradesh, are unique examples of such initiatives. Singlauri’s Madwani Dam Ecopark is a peaceful place blessed with natural beauty, yet not far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in the Giant Area, it has a beautiful waterfront, boardwalk, children’s sports area and restaurants. A specialty product store is also part of the ecopark. There is also a private lake view his seating area where you can relax.
An average of 25,000 people visit the spectacular Madwani Dam Ecopark each year. Additionally, the Ananya Vatika Eco-Restoration Park and Pit Lake was also developed after reclaiming an abandoned site.
One of the best examples of development in open cast mining projects, the park is home to many different types of fruit, including mangoes, hibiscus, ornamental palms, sweet limes, pomegranates, pears, gooseberries, berries, plums and bamboo. and foliage plants. other herbal plants. “Ecoparks will allow plants to thrive, attract exotic animals such as the migratory Siberian cranes, provide biological reclamation and soil stabilization of the land, and contribute to the ecological restoration of the region,” the Ministry of Coal said in a statement. connected,” he said. (Ani)
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