Initiation of closure in designated forests at 450 compartments besides improving and protecting already established closures by 650 VDCs. Hence over all 1100 closures will get established to improve density of existing degraded forests through inducing and protecting natural regeneration
Planting of multi-purpose fast growing tree species on community owned and private lands between the natural forests and farmlands and ecologically conducive species in completely blank designated forests and state lands over 130000 ha through departmental planting
Planting through owners on woodlots over 30500 ha land.
Planting over 2000 ha along roads, canals and railway tract including motorway
Reclamation of 1000 ha saline and water logged areas
Planning and rehabilitation of 10 degraded Watersheds
Reclamation/rehabilitation of 950 ha bad sites (slips, gullies and vulnerable erodible sites) through soil and water conservation measures, bioengineering structures and planting of drought resistant species
Planning and improvement of 10 No. of sites of rangelands and pastures
Planting of 70 million seedlings under farm forestry and agro-forestry
Establishment of 365 ha Departmental Nurseries
Establishment of 4000 Nos of private forest nurseries through Youths, Women, senior citizens and progressive nursery growers.
Establishment of 2000 Nos of private Forest nurseries through leading interested NGOs.
Installation of Shallow water bores along stream systems for watering in Southern Region
Purchase of 280000 No. fruit plants
Sowing and Dibbling over an area 15000 Ha. In Dibbling special emphasis will be laid on dibbling walnuts in temperate divisions.
Purchase of walnut seed and its dibbling over land in Kohistan, Chitral, Kaghan and other suitable temperate forests in closures especially along riparian systems.
1000 ha collection, and sowing of seed of hard species in hyper dry areas
Installation of donkey pump along the stream in Chitral Forest Division.
The Billion Tree Afforestation Project aims to slow down the effects of global warming in Pakistan which ranks seventh on the list of the countries mostly likely to be affected by climate change.