Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas | Balipara Foundation

Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas

Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas

The video gives us an insight into the minds of renowned botanists of the World who convene at the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark, Assam, India to dicuss the importance of the Ark and the role that it plays in Conservation. Spread over 22 acres of land around the heritage homestay bungalows which make up Wild Mahseer, the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark has been nurtured and restored by the 9 Communities (Adivasi, Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Garo, Mishing Nepali, Nyishi and Rajbanshi) that live around the Ark, resulting in a haven for the rich biodiversity of the Eastern Himalayas. Inaugurated on November 11, 2016 by renowned Botanists of the world, the Ark seeks to become the centre for preservation and restoration of the biodiversity in the Eastern Himalayas through education, experimentation and research.

#EHNF #EHNF2016 #EHNFDigital #Naturenomics #BaliparaFoundation 

Nature Video Highlight

The Eastern Himalayan Botanical Ark is a first of its kind in the Eastern Himalayas. The Ark seeks to become the centre for preservation and restoration of the biodiversity through education, experimentation and research.
The Eastern Himalayan Botanical Ark is a first of its kind in the Eastern Himalayas. The Ark seeks to become the centre for preservation and restoration of the biodiversity through education, experimentation and research.
Enamored by plant stories, captivated by the mysteries of their origin and etymology, and in a constant move to explore exotic plant species – Scott McMahan, Manager of International Plant Exploration Program, Atlanta Botanical Garden, is happy when referred to as a seed collector than a plant collector.
Enamored by plant stories, captivated by the mysteries of their origin and etymology, and in a constant move to explore exotic plant species – Scott McMahan, Manager of International Plant Exploration Program, Atlanta Botanical Garden, is happy when referred to as a seed collector than a plant collector.
Enamored by plant stories, captivated by the mysteries of their origin and etymology – Scott McMahan, Manager of International Plant Exploration Program, Atlanta Botanical Garden, is happy when referred to as a seed collector than a plant collector.
Enamored by plant stories, captivated by the mysteries of their origin and etymology – Scott McMahan, Manager of International Plant Exploration Program, Atlanta Botanical Garden, is happy when referred to as a seed collector than a plant collector.
Back to Top

For the latest in the Eastern Himalayas

Latest Event