Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Back in 2006, the Trust that runs the Fort as a museum flagged off the ecological restoration of 70 hectares (175 acres) of rocky land that was covered with invasive mesquite Prosopis juliflora. 15 years on, this work has culminated in a public park with naturalists, walking trails, a visitor centre and publications about the process by which this tract was restored with native flora from the Thar Desert.
It is the first project to restore an arid, rocky tract in India.