Education and Appreciation
Conservation outside specifically designated protected areas can be achieved only when local communities understand and take the initiative in implementing the work. Increasing the awareness of communities is an essential component of conservation programs. This lead to managing and utilizing the resources on more effective manner for its long-term sustainability.
Himalayan Nature’s Contribution
- Brian Hodgson Award for Nature Conservation
- Developing Conservation, Education, Public Appreciation and Awareness Program (CEPA) Strategy
- Various publications on wildlife and biodiversity conservation
- Celebration of special day/events targeted to biodiversity and species conservation
- Promoting HN borne concepts of Special Conservation Sites (SCS) and Trees for Tomorrow (TfT)