International Day of Forests is yet again another reminder of the immense importance trees hold in our lives. Without their lush foliage, no creature could ever exist in the history of this universe. Therefore, owing to the delights Mother Nature has bestowed us with, it is our responsibility to increase awareness among communities about the values, significance and contributions of the forests to balance the life cycle on Earth.
acres of forest are lost each year globally.
of forest disappear from Earth everyday.
#ForestryForAll is a SankalpTaru initiative to encourage and educate young students and enthusiastic individuals about tree plantation and forestry. With our several clean and green school programs being organized across India, we are striving to aware the coming generation about the importance of greenery for a healthy survival. Forests provide food, fiber, water and medicines for approximately 1.6 Billion of the world’s poorest people, including indigenous peoples with unique cultures, therefore it’s important for us and you to preserve our essential woodlands.