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The iNaturewatch Foundation is a national charitable trust that has been dedicated to improving urban biodiversity and encouraging citizen science since 2016. We host environmental workshops, nature walks, and camps to foster environmentally conscious individuals and bring people closer to nature. We also offer online courses and training programmes for aspiring young professionals.
Over the last six years, the Foundation has hosted more than 100 programmes in 50 different locations across India, including workshops, nature walks, and environmental camps. Students have also participated in citizen science projects. Furthermore, the Foundation has developed nature-based apps to promote biodiversity appreciation among the general public. Since 2020, there has been a significant shift in the foundation's work profile as it began receiving CSR projects, through which it has been actively working to restore or rejuvenate landscapes across India. In Maharashtra and Telangana, we have planted over 34000 saplings and restored 20 ha of degraded habitat. We received the DCB Bank Best Corporate-NGO Partnership Award in the gold category of the ACEF Leaders Award 2021.It has also begun to work in the animal welfare sector, providing medical assistance and food to stray animals in need.
Dr. V. Shubhalaxmi and Mr. Isaac Kehimkar, both well-known Entomologists in the country, are among our founders. They are Fulbright Fellows and have received numerous awards for their pioneering work in insect conservation. Both have served on the Governing Council of the Bombay Natural History Society.
To protect the environment through ecological restoration and community participation.
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iNaturewatch Foundation is a charitable trust (reg. E-1074 dt. 13 May 2016) working in the field of urban biodiversity across the country since 2014. We aim at developing environmentally sensitive citizens by engaging them with environment through our various innovative initiatives.
We constantly look up for sponsorships to progress our mission of capacity development and citizen science.
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