* Safe Guard the Environment
* Awareness programme for the Framers
* Supply the saplings
* Provide Support during the Cultivation
* Provide Technical Training to the Farmers
* Order Collection
* Club formation
One Forestry club per Panchayat,with an executive board of 5 members,support members can go upto any numbers.
As per the latest reports the turn-over from Indian Plywood Industry in India is around Rs.40,000 lakhs crores. Industry sources also say that raw materials for plywood is being imported from different parts of the world like New Zealand, North America, Malayasia, Indonesia, Maynmar, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Island, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Liberia and Cameroon in the recent months. Now the raw materials are scarce,as trees ar not being cut down frequently.
Also, if the raw materials supply lowers down, it will immensely affect the people who are employed with this industry.
Now here is where the Forestry Club of NSIM works. The scarcity of raw materails for plywood can be moved on large basis by cultivation of Melia Dubia and more employment opportunities would be created. It would enhnace Indian export industires towards the supply of plywood.
Same are the situations faced by the Paper Industries: Scarcity of raw-materilas.
In the paper indutsry 1/3 of the raw materials are contrubuted from wood,1/3 from agriculture waste and 1/3 from recycling used paper. The shortage in wood brings a decline in the production of paper.
In India, in a year around 7 kilograms of paper is utilized by per person. But outside India the same is around 30-100 kilograms. Now as percentage of education increases, if the said 7 kilograms shows upto even 8 kilograms, it would mark an extreme requirement for raw materials for the production of paper,which again would become un-manageable.