Nature Education Program

The goal is to expose local children to the forests and wildlife in/around Pakke Tiger Reserve and to help develop a sense of pride and connectedness to their natural heritage

  • Dr. Pranav Trivedi, our in-house Nature Education expert, conducted a five-day training program for our own as well as the Forest Department staff on how to conduct nature camps for children.

Pakke Nature Clubs

2017 was an exciting year for us because it witnessed the birth
of our Nature Education program. As a first step, we set up nature
clubs in seven local schools in the Seijosa area, through which we
are reaching out to over 650 children from Classes 6-9.

The main aim of the Pakke Nature Clubs is to expose children to the forests and wildlife around Pakke Tiger Reserve through year-round activities, which culminate in nature camps inside the park. The first nature camps were held in November 2017 with 150 students from 4 local schools. In 2018, we will be scaling up so that 450 students will have the opportunity to camp in the middle of a forest for two nights and three days!

People

Partners

  • Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department

Funding

  • Serenity Trust

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