Ecological restoration process involves assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed. It involves returning an ecosystem as closely as possible to its original state before it was disturbed, enhancing its capacity for self-renewal and enabling it to sustain biodiversity. Mukti’s approach to ecological restoration is centered on developing a village to a model village which has been degraded due to environmental and human factors. By involving the local community, particularly Self-Help Group (SHG) members. The restoration includes reforestation, reintroducing native species, pond rejuvenation, constructing green belts, rehabilitating degraded lands and waters, and promoting organic living through beautification efforts. These innovative strategies not only prevent erosion and foster local wildlife habitats but also ensure sustainability by educating the community about these practices. Through this approach we are also building community resilience and adaptation to climate change.