US-based Sikh Organisation Plants 400 Sacred Forests As Part Of Native Climate Movement

In a bid to protect nature, a US-dependent Sikh organisation has planted 400 forests in India and different parts of the world as part of native climate movement.

In accordance to the announcement made on the occasion of Sikh Pure atmosphere Day (SED), EcoSikh talked about it has planted a forest of 1150 timber in Eire and of 500 timber in Derbyshire, the UK.

A forest of 250 timber was planted in Surrey, Canada. Washington DC based EcoSikh has collaborated with neighborhood governments and gurdwaras in this initiative.

These forests are often known as ‘Guru Nanak Sacred Forests’, named after the founding father of the Sikhism.

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