He not only looked after the plants, but continued to plant more trees on his own, in an effort to transform the area into a forest. Jadav Payeng covers the distance from the island banks to his forest on his bicycle, carrying the supplies he uses while working on his forest and abundant vegetable farm. Can't Miss. Demonstrating a keen understanding of ecological balance, Payeng even transplanted ants to his burgeoning ecosystem to bolster its natural harmony. Those interested in planting trees to help the environment can contact the following organizations: Heard on Morning Edition. Beneath a high canopy he leans against a year-old teak tree with fresh scratches on the bark where a tiger has sharpened its claws.
Indian man single-handedly plants hundreds of acres of forest
Indian Man Single-Handedly Plants 1,360 Acre Forest
Wish him all the best shaukat. The Assam Tribune. Via The Times of India. Jadav " Molai " Payeng born is an environmental activist  and forestry worker from Jorhatpopularly known as the Forest Man of India.