I started my efforts at creating a forest in this plot close to 15 years back. It is only three years since they started yielding results. I lost hope completely because all the trees I planted had withered away. That was when I heard about the Miyawaki Method, and adopted it. This forest came up as a result, in three to three-and-a-half years. Butterflies have started coming. This was a barren hill. But now such big trees stand here. On seeing this, many of my friends wanted to know more about the method. Other people too showed interest in it. I got information about the Miyawaki Method through Shubhendu Sharma’s video that a friend Bobby and a nephew Krishna Prasad shared with me. That was how I came into this. Thereafter I started doing a video series on Miyawaki afforestation so that enthusiastic people could adopt the techniques. We have done 80-85 videos so far. It has run to nearly two years now. The support we have received is tremendous. Nearly 40,000 individuals have subscribed to the channel. Many put up their comments or raise doubts. By far, the happiest development has been that, inspired by our work, at least 100 people in Kerala have put up Miyawaki forests on their own. Perhaps more. We have created 50 forests so far. Our aim is to impart accurate information about the Miyawaki Method to those who are interested in it. Of course, it lies scattered among the videos we have done. But some people may have doubts when they listen to the videos. It may be difficult for them to find out the exact video where that issue is addressed. We too may not be able to help you in this regard. So we are organizing a webinar for a couple of hours on October 29 this year where we talk about the Miyawaki Method, and you can raise your doubts directly or through typed messages. We will try to answer all of them. Due to technical reasons, we may not be able to accommodate a lot of people. Perhaps we can host 100 to 200 individuals. A larger bandwidth may make it possible to have 1,000 people but we expect only 100. The registration fee is Rs 100. Those of you who are interested may pay the amount, and get themselves registered. We will be discussing issues that have already been covered. There will be no new material. The advantage is that you will get an opportunity to put up queries and get them answered. We can have a direct interaction, see a few old videos, and participate in the discussion. If you are interested, log into our website www.crowdforesting.org. To make you payment, you may use google pay or net banking. There might be other options too. Those who cannot participate need not worry because all the information is available on the website too. All you need to do is find the time to search, and locate the exact video.