As a volunteer you engage in seva for about 25-35 hours a week. During the morning circle you can opt to join a particular seva or get tasked one based on requirement. Their seva primarily consists of reforestation and water conservation, as well as general tasks that sustain the project as a whole. There are plenty of things to help with, and I would suggest staying open to all kinds of work to make the most of your learning experience too. Some key areas are;
Reforestation - planting trees, watering and mulching young trees, inspecting trees for fungal, bacterial, or other attacks, etc.
Water Conservation - building and repairing bunds, swales, trenches, and gabions.
General Community Work - kitchen, composting, Goshala (rescued cattle), firewood, solar panels, children’s land, toilets, repair & maintenance.