How this forest officer is restoring local ecosystems to save wildlife
LMB Staff
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06/06/2021

This forest officer has been guarding wildlife in India for three decades. Meet Madan Singh Bisht a range officer from Uttarakhand who has been working on environment conservation. With poachers, smugglers, human encroachment in forests and human-wildlife conflicts continue, these forest officers have been trying to save the endangered species. One of nature’s frontline workers, […]

This forest officer has been guarding wildlife in India for three decades. Meet Madan Singh Bisht a range officer from Uttarakhand who has been working on environment conservation.

With poachers, smugglers, human encroachment in forests and human-wildlife conflicts continue, these forest officers have been trying to save the endangered species.

One of nature’s frontline workers, protecting the forests has not been easy on his team. Want to know his secret? He has been helping conserve natural ecosystems for wildlife and restoring natural habitats that allow species to thrive.

Do you know a forest officer who has on the frontline guarding our environment? Share their story with us.

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