Conservation and You
Sir David Attenborough said, 'Conservation is now a communications challenge'. Now more than ever the principles, discoveries and necessity of conservation need to be accessible to as large an audience as possible. To be able to achieve this idea, people across all walks of life, sharing a common concern for wildlife and their environment need to come together to amplify the voices and causes of conservation. There are myriad ways in which one can choose to pursue their passion for conservation. Staying updated with the latest findings and projects, improving your understanding through reliable literature, volunteering your time with an NGO like HNF, or donating even a small sum to a cause of your choice can go a long way in helping an organisation carry out their conservation initiatives. With HNF, we are often on the look-out for volunteers across all age-groups and backgrounds to help with our operations, our on-field surveys, organising awareness workshops for rural communities, running our rural education centre, coordinating the Alternative Livelihoods Project, etc.
If there is a cause you identify with, and have some time at hand to spare, write to us. Here are the broad categories through which you can connect with us -
The Holématthi Nature Information centre is the first of its kind rural education centre established with the intention of sharing knowledge about the wildlife of the region with students, travellers and anyone with a love for conservation. Write to us to plan a trip to the NIC.
Contribute to a project
Contribute your skills and time to a project you reasonate with. We work in the areas of research, awareness generation and community engagement.