TREE encourages individuals, organizations and educational institutions to get involved in conservation education. We strongly believe that people from all walks of life can contribute to nature and wildlife conservation. Here are a few tips. Please write to us for further details.
If you are a nature enthusiast
You can utilise educational materials created by TREE to sensitise people around you, especially children.
If you run a nature, arts or education based Non-Governmental Organization
You can collaborate with TREE to conduct environmental awareness and outreach programmes in your locality.
If you run an educational institution
You can partner with us to conduct outreach programs in your school.
If you are a teacher
You can use TREE's educational materials to teach conservation education for students in your school.
If you are a college student
You can volunteer with us by conducting outreach programs in schools around your locality.
If you are a young working professional
You can contribute your skills and expertise for TREE's initiatives.
If you are a homemaker
You can use our educational materials to engage your children and sensitise them about nature and environment.
If you are a nature photographer or a filmmaker
You can contribute photographs and video footage related to nature, environment and wildlife for our outreach programs.
If you are a field biologist
You can share your research work with us. We could in turn share them as stories with students during our outreach programmes.
If you are conservationist
You can share your work on conservation issues and success stories, which will inspire students to participate in conservation.