Anubhuti Programme

To this effect, the programme involves taking the children for a safari to help them understand the bio- diversity that exists in our forests and the interconnectedness of all the denizens, followed by a de- briefing session re-iterating about the conservation value of our wilderness spaces with the help of a presentation and movie.
Learn More

Walk with the Pardhis

The crux of the venture is to go on an experiential walk in the wilderness with the people of the forest wherein, you will be privy to the age old knowledge of the Pardhi community members along with some spectacular stories from the forest.
Learn More

Baiga livelihood project

The Baiga livelihood initiative also aims at helping preserve the culture of the community by using their traditional skill sets. The payment is immediately made to the women as and when they hand over the finished products. As of now the project is being run in 4 village and boasts of a workforce of 40 women.
Learn More

Pardhi Nature Guides Training Programme, Panna TR

With constant encouragement and support, we believe that we will have the first generation of trained Pardhi guides who will not only be more than able to showcase their exceptional tracking skills and knowledge, but this will also encourage other members of the community to join this initiative and thereby helping us preserve not only their traditional skill sets, but also conserve wildlife.
Learn More

Village Kids’ Awareness Programme, Bandhavgarh TR, April 2018

Last Wilderness Foundation in association with the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve Forest Department conducted the 14th leg of the Village Awareness programme in the buffer zone of the tiger reserve, in order to sensitise the students about the bio-diversity that exists around them and the need to protect the same. 
Learn More

Visually Impaired Camp, Kanha TR

Everyone has an equal right to enjoy forests and appreciate the natural heritage created by the birds and animals existing in the most magnificent of our wilderness scapes. To this effect, Last Wilderness Foundation, in tandem with the Kanha Forest Department conducted a two-day programme for 40 students and teachers from the ‘Netraheen Kanya Vidyalaya’, Jabalpur.
Learn More

Village Kids’ Awareness Programme, Bandhavgarh TR, Dec 2017

The Village Kids' Awareness programme, initiated in the year 2012 aims to further aid conservation with the help of communities and to undertake the cause of awareness, understanding, sensitisation, among those who share their space with the tiger.
Learn More

Village Awareness Programme, Kanha TR, May 2017

Last Wilderness Foundation in association with the Kanha Forest Department has initiated a Village Kids’ Awareness Programme which allows pivotal stakeholders of conservation i.e, the communities/ children living in the buffer areas of the park to understand the importance of the forest and imperativeness of conserving it and developing a connection of appreciation between them and nature.
Learn More

Village Awareness Programme, Kanha TR, April 2017

The idea behind the programme was to meet with the local communities residing in the villages and to have a dialogue with them about the importance of conservation and what they can do in their capacity to protect it.
Learn More

Nature Education Camp, Kanha TR, March 2017

The programme was attended by 20 students and 5 teachers. While some of the students attending, had hearing impairment, a few of them had been diagnosed as mentally challenged. A 2-day camp for meant for students with special needs, was special for more reasons than one, where disability took a backseat and sheer love for the forests took over in the duration of the programme.
Learn More
1 2 3 5

You are donating to : Greennature Foundation

How much would you like to donate?
$10 $20 $30
Would you like to make regular donations? I would like to make donation(s)
How many times would you like this to recur? (including this payment) *
Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Additional Note