Naturenomics School

Nurturing Young Minds through Storytelling in Conservation

Nurturing Young Minds through Storytelling in Conservation

“Stories are the engine of our imagination and helps create a better world”

Highlights of the Event:

  • The objective of the programme was to instil an ardent appreciation of nature in young minds through storytelling
  • 13 school students  participated in this programme conducted by Naturenomics™ School.


Snake Awareness programme with local youth

Snake Awareness programme with local youth

Ten local youth from Lokra had participated in the programme. After viewing a brief documentary on the journey of the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark, our snake education expert, Gauatm Baruah conducted a programme on ‘Snake bite Management’. 

Developing an understanding of our Natural World

A One-Day Naturenomics™ Program on Plants & Bird identification

Ecological studies are vital in understanding the natural processes of evolution and impacts our responses and behaviour to our natural world. With an objective of educating children from Elite Academy on the different birds and plants in the Eastern Himalayas that surround the, a one day Naturenomics™ programme on plant and bird identification with 12 students was conducted at Naturenomics™ School.

Storytelling for Asian Elephant Conservation

Current Conservation and Balipara Foundation collaborated together to host a storytelling session at the multi-disciplinary platform of the Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics TM Forum on in November’18 in Assam.

Education for sustainable development- Baligaon

Programme Objective

  • Introduce children and elders of Baligaon village to Balipara Foundation

  • Develop an understanding on nature and environment and the importance of conservation of biodiversity

  • 13 students with 6 faculties and 4 village committee members were inducted in this programme by Naturenomics™ School.

Women Economic Empowerment through Non Timber Forest Products

In many communities there are limited income-generating opportunities for women. Fortunately, NTFP activities are one of the few cash-generating opportunities for women in marginalized rural communities. 

UBUNTU-I am because we are

Aa a human centric nature-based organization, we are always learning, evolving and growing an inclusive community. Benaisha Kharas Image Consultancy, India’s youngest certified image consultant conducted a 2-days’ workshop with us on 15th Sept’18 in the forests of the Eastern Himalayas on the African philosophy of UBUNTU- “I am because we are”.

Visit of Tourism students from Tezpur University at EHBA

On 31st of August, 2018, a group of 15 students doing masters in Tourism and Travel Management  along with 2 faculties under the Department of Business Administration from Tezpur University visited EHBA.


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