The most exciting part of the adventure farm is the new treehouse that opens in a little town called Tungla, which lies on the outskirts of Mumbai.
A small treehouse on a hill has become a symbol of Mumbai’s future and of the growing excitement around the city’s growing tree industry.
In the new project, a treehouse will rise on a high hill above Tunglas small market.
It will be built in the shape of a big tree, which has been made from recycled pine trees.
It is designed to be a home for about a dozen people.
The project, which is part of a larger campaign to make Mumbai’s tree farms more eco-friendly, is part a larger effort to improve Mumbai’s water, sanitation, sanitation infrastructure and air quality.
There are now more than 300 treehouses in Mumbai, the largest in India.
Tungla is a sleepy village about 30 km from the city.
Its only known residents are farmers and a couple of elderly people.
There is no water supply, no sewerage, no electricity, and there is a lack of any sort of sewerage system.
A lot of water is used for irrigation.
This is why, as the programme for the treehouse shows, there are so many problems.
The treehouse is an unusual creation.
The only water source for the area is from the municipal waste water collected from the nearby wells.
But in Tungles case, the water from the well is diverted to a nearby pond, which feeds the tree house.
In Mumbai, however, the pond is often polluted with untreated sewage and untreated sewage is pumped from a nearby landfill to the Tunglah canal, which runs through the city and connects the city with the suburbs.
The river has been diverted and a sewage treatment plant has been built, but the water that flows from the canal to the treehouses is not clean.
The Tungleas village is the third largest in the country, and the number of trees is estimated at around 400,000.
The Tunglaks village is not far from the main road in Taungkhali.
Its water is usually treated before being sent to the river.
In Tung Lah, however it is treated with a wastewater treatment plant, which does not take into account the fact that the river is polluted and the waste water that ends up in the river will be treated and discharged to the nearby lakes.
Tsungla’s water quality has deteriorated, says Arvind Pramachandran, a water resource consultant.
“I can’t tell you how much the water quality of the river has deteriorated.
We are seeing a significant drop in the number and quality of fish.
The fish are being caught and dumped into the river,” he said.”
We are witnessing an explosion in the demand for treehouse water, which we have been talking about for years.
This means we will be producing more trees, which will bring more jobs and improve our village,” Pramakanton said.
The new tree house has two floors, and is set to open in December 2019.
A third floor has been proposed.
It would have three stories, and it is expected to cost around Rs 6 crore ($7.5 million).
The villagers are hopeful that the tree project will generate jobs and generate investment for Tunglar.
In fact, Tungala has a good history of attracting new businesses and jobs, and tourism is another bright spot.
The area is already the third busiest in the city for tourist activities.
The town has also become an important hub for visitors, as well as an important tourist destination.
The next step for the Tsungla treehouse project is to convince the government of Mumbai to fund the construction.
In January 2018, the city issued a request for proposals to the Forest department, which said it was ready to help.
The project is expected for completion in March 2019.
“It is a huge success for the city, but we have got to be more careful and see whether we can actually do this,” said Gopal Bhandari, an official from the Forest Department.