Amrit Sagar will accommodate up to 100 visitors at a time, and plans to host 20,000 students per year as well as farmers and the general public, with the following objectives:
- Amrit Sagar will partner with area schools to host day-long, hands-on visits for children of all ages. Children will be invited to participate in planting, harvesting, composting, watering and other activities.
- An internship program will develop leadership-minded youth to become environmental ambassadors for their universities and neighborhoods.
- There will be outreach to disadvantaged children, teaching them how they can support themselves through recycling and growing plants.
- Amrit Sagar will reach out to regional farmers and laborers and offer practical advice about sustainable farming, technology and planting.
- Amrit Sagar will reach out to children in rural areas and develop programs to teach them sustainable agriculture and other practical skills.
- Amrit Sagar will connect farmers with government funding schemes to facilitate implementation of sustainable practices on their farms.
- Amrit Sagar will collaborate with local Vaidyas, the lineage of experts who have kept Ayurvedic knowledge alive for many thousands of years, to grow a comprehensive botanical garden.
- Information about common and rare medicinal plants will be provided.
- The Center will sell seeds and starts and encourage visitors to cultivate these useful plants in their own gardens.