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By Naturenomics Team on February 24, 2018
Mohan Chandra Borah, a farmer turned conservationist, donates 109 rice seeds varieties to the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark
Mahan Chandra Borah runs a unique library in the foothills of eastern Himalayas in Assam to preserve the rare indigenous rice varieties, one grain at a time. This library will help in securing genetic diversity for climate resilience.
By Naturenomics Team on February 21, 2018
The Tea Tribes are integral to the culture of Assam & West Bengal and it is this amalgamation of cultures that gives the modern day its distinctive richness. After 3 years of success, in this fourth year of celebration of the Festival of Tea Tribes, it is a moment of pride as the cultural uniqueness of the community is brought forth in its true vibrant colours. Sirish is the answer to the calling for preservation, promotion and propagation of the various cultural forms of the Tea Tribes.
By Naturenomics Team on February 10, 2018
Escorted in our very own first-generation Land Rover, 19 members from Land Rover arrived in style in 5 new discovery models to the biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark.
By Naturenomics Team on January 31, 2018
PARINITA DATTA highlights a unique initiative of the Balipara Foundation.
India has lost vast swathes of land to urbanisation in recent decades. As a result, the human-animal tussle for space is reaching new heights. Elephants seem a lot more like human beings. They live about as long as we do. They mourn their dead and they bear grudges against people who have hurt them, and sometimes go on revenge sprees.
By Naturenomics Team on January 04, 2018
“Goddess of major things”, acclaimed author Suzanna Arundhati Roy, a naturalist and an outspoken advocate of human rights visits our community-centered conservation site, the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark. Roy’s novel “God of small things” is composed in a lyrical language and timeless narrative that departed from conventional plots and became the biggest-selling book anchoring the path for Indian literature.
By Naturenomics Team on November 16, 2017
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.