The project encompasses the activities of collection, cultivation, propagation and preservation of herbal and ayurvedic plants as well as other endangered plant species, with extensive community participation. The project is funded by the National Medicinal Plants Board, GOI
Completely pesticide-free cultivation of coconut, banana, vegetables and fodder grasses at the Coimbatore Campus. With the adoption of organic agriculture and chemical-free plant growing, the campus is a zero-chemical zone
Habitat development of the 400-acre campus in a semi-arid region through tree planting, soil and water conservation, landscaping
Over 200 species of trees are maintained in the campus.
An internally funded project, undertaken as part of the Indo-US collaborative program, composts solid organic wastes and leaf litter.
The recycled water is used for for irrigation purposes.
Ponds and water collection systems have been made on campus.