FEED AT A GLANCE
Foundation for Ecology and Education Development (FEED) is a registered nonprofit charitable trust working towards conservation of natural ecosystems and towards development of education systems for the betterment of living.
Looking forward to impart knowledge about ecology and to teach the importance of its conservation through various education and awareness programs, the organisation believes that effective nature conservation happens from within cities, towns and villages and not just from inside the wildlife reserves or sanctuaries themselves.
CONSERVATION AND EDUCATION AWARENESS
Conserve to Survive campaign
Teaching the next generation is an investment. We are under the shadow of De-forestation, Encroachment of forest area, Mining, Habitat destruction and poaching which are leading us towards extinction without giving us any clue about it.
With a hope to create awareness among everyone, especially the children, an effort is put by our team to teach the kids about the science of eco-systems and its importance.
Prakruti mattu Praja
Awareness and education programs for Corporate Sector Employees, Townships, Institutes and organisations. Educating general public about its surroundings and the urban ecology, creates a sense of identifying critical aspects in the urban eco-system and conserving them, helping people to efficiently take eco-friendly decisions.
Engaging in scientific studies and research programs in eco-sensitive zones, wildlife sensitive areas, ecologically important biomes and surrounding that contribute towards healthy eco system and produce sustainable measures to protect and conserve vulnerable habitats, flora and fauna.
HUMAN ANIMAL CONFLICT AND MITIGATION
Working in smaller to larger conflict zones of human habitation around wildlife areas, an effort is been made to create awareness amongst people about importance of mitigating the conflict in a humane way in hands with the legal systems.
REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Documenting and reporting the findings of studies made in various areas of nature and wildlife conservation and management has been effectively contributing towards mitigating and solving various issues related to environment and bio-diversities.
- Wed, 07 Octhttps://meet.google.com/esu-wanv-jng07-Oct-2020, 3:30 pm ISThttps://meet.google.com/esu-wanv-jng1st to 8th October is earmarked as Wildlife Week, As a part of this, a webinar is arranged on "Wildlife, Management, and Beyond" on 7.10.2020 at 3:30 PM