Bees, Forest Livelihoods & our Biodiversity

The biodiversity of the Nilgiri hills, the local tribes, the bee species of apis dorsata, apis cerana and others and livelihoods are all interlinked.  Many communities have depended upon the bees, their honey and by products for livelihoods for generations.

One Earth Foundation  supports and promotes the study & understanding of these interlinkages with the objective of ensuring sustainable livelihoods for the indigenous communities in the Nilgiris.
Our Project module of “Tribals, Bees & Livelihoods” under Enviro Trips programs has witnessed the participation of numerous schools and students.

We urge schools and institutions to form & encourage study groups in this area.   Contact us for more information in this exciting project

1 Comment to “Bees, Forest Livelihoods & our Biodiversity”

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