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What Drives Us
To help facilitate an interconnected system of wild lands and waters across the Satpuda Landscape, harmonizing the needs of people with those of nature such that both can thrive. To achieve our ambition of Saving India’s Tigers we believe we need to focus our efforts on probably the most significant tiger habitat in India – the Satpuda landscape and create a conducive environment for Living with Tigers for affected villages.
SLTP partner Satpuda Foundation is helping farmers adopt a new LED light deterrent system to prevent crop depredation by wildlife in Silari Village of Pench Tiger Reserve
The need: As Sillari village shares it's boundary with the core area of Pench Tiger Reserve and crop depredation is very high, the team selected this village and has provided the units to 21 farmers. A safe and easy to use device: Unlike traditional solar fencing...
SLTP partner Baavan’s (Bagh Aap Aur Van) nature education programmes in partnership with the Sanctuary Nature Foundation help students learn about biodiversity conservation
Earlier this year, SLTP partner Baavan teamed up with the Sanctuary Nature Foundation to conduct the Kids for Tigers programme for students living around Panna Tiger Reserve. More than 900+ students across 20 schools participated in this 3 month long program which was...
Saurabh Dande from the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) team speaks to us about BNHS’s work in central India and why he feels that programmes for students are a key to long term conservation and protection of nature. Tell us more about yourself and what you got...
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