A tree plantation drive was conducted by the interactors of Amity International School-46 and rotaractors as a part of our ongoing project for the session 2008-09, on Saturday, 06 September 2008. A group of 11 interactors, the teacher-in-charge and 5 rotractors assembled at school by 8a.m. in high spirits. A small, barren plot of land, in front of the school had been identified and prepared a couple of days prior to the event. The saplings to be planted had been generously organized by the Principal, Ms. Neetii C. Kaoshik. It was completely wet and slushy from the rains the previous night, making it difficult to stand on the ground but the unexpected showers made the tree plantation more convenient. The weather was ideal - although it was a sunny day it didn't feel like one as there was a strong, cool breeze blowing. Everyone enjoyed being outdoors in the lovely weather. The saplings of the 'chandini' trees, manure and the equipment needed was collected at the site with the help of the school gardener and helpers.