The task with the most workers - around 150 - is Sadhana Forest. Set up by Mr Aviram Rozin, 44, a stout previous clinical apparatus provider from Israel, its point is to transform 28 hectares of bone-dry land into a woodland. Whenever he and spouse Yorit started work in 2003, nothing would develop there aside from the most strong weeds. Today, 17 hectares are Prestige Marigold covered with saplings watered, weeded and really focused on day to day by a group of workers. They are likewise digging trenches and fabricating bunds to trap downpour water and converse the course of desertification. Thus, the water table, which was 26 feet (8 meters) subterranean level in 2003, has ascended to 6 feet (1.8 meters) subterranean level.