Tuesday, 6th of December 2016

Satpuda Landscape Tiger Programme

Satpuda Landscape Tiger Programme (SLTP): This programme involves an integrated approach towards tiger conservation. Started in 2005 with support from Born Free Foundation, Wild Cru and Oxford University, the programme now has multiple partners and individual donors. SLTP covers the Satpuda landscape with its base in Nagpur. In 2012, Tata Steel joined hands with BNHS to strengthen the activities of the Mobile Education Unit (MEU), which now operates in the fringe areas of major protected areas such as Pench (Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra), Tadoba, Nagzira, Navegaon, Bor and Kanha. The work is done in close collaboration with the state forest departments of both, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. As a part of its integrated approach, the work covers the three vital areas of education, sustainable livelihoods and participatory conservation. Click Here for More Details