Guru Nanak Sacred Forest

Guru Nanak Sacred Forest
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In the name of Guru Nanak Sacred Forest, EcoSikh, in 2019, started the tree-planting project. Sikhs around the world plan to plant a million new trees.


In the Kandla Special Economic Zone, Gujarat has hosted 80,300 Plants in Guru Nanak Sacred Forests in Gujrat. The State Government of Maharashtra has hosted 5500-tree Sacred Forest at their biodiversity park in Ten district. Over 100 forest guards and officers from the Department of Wildlife and Forest in Punjab took training in forest making from EcoSikh. Sajjan Precision Castings hosted a nursery for EcoSikh bearing 25,000 plants of 40 native forest species. 10,000 seedlings were planted in a forest at Government Science college in Jagraon, Ludhiana. The Guru Nanak Sacred Forest has 11,000 seedlings and 53 native species of Punjab planted at Angels Valley School in Rajpura.

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