EcoSikh has taken up the task of reforestation and conservation of biological diversity by planting micro forests (aka Guru Nanak Sacred Forests) in Punjab and other states and reviving native forest species of the region. 303 micro forests comprising of 1,67,000 thriving wild trees have been planted in Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir. So far more than 100 native, rare and endangered, wild forest species have been conserved as live seed banks in these forests made with the Miyawaki Methodology. The list of species is well researched through forest surveys; verified and validated by renowned experts, and by referring to various research papers.
These forests are made with 100% organic material and have more than 95% survival rate. They attract many native species of birds, insects and small creatures who feel secure enough to make them their habitat.