Afforestation is the process of planting trees, or sowing seeds, in a barren land devoid of any trees to create a forest. The term should not be confused with reforestation, which is the process of specifically planting native trees into a forest that has very few numbers of trees. While reforestation is increasing the number of trees in an existing forest, afforestation is the creation of a ‘new’ forest. Afforestation is highly important to maintain the biodiversity. Trees use water and carbon-dioxide (CO2) to convert it into organic matter (wood) and oxygen. Thus, trees acts as natural air-purifiers and helps revive the environment. An afforested plantation is composed of trees planted to shelter farmland and agricultural crops from the effects of wind, potentially to reduce soil erosion, or serve as a source of fuel wood or income in an arid or semiarid agricultural environment which is commonly called a shelter belt.

Siddhabhoomi Trust will be a fully planned village where there will be self -sufficiency in food, water, air, fire, space, hutment living, treatment in Naturopathy and dependency on technology is the lowest minimum. Siddhabhoomi is a place of solace where people from higher walks of life in their evening time like to live their life in peace without much dependence on technology and money. The village will be fully protected from wild animals and miscreants by electric fencing. There will be no roads or canals built in the village. Plantations of different types will be planted throughout the village for meeting the local needs of the village purpose. Fish will be grown in ponds within the village, and farming will be natural only. Selected cow breeds will be reared for milk and manure.

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