Tropical Institute of Ecological Sciences is conducting its 3rd Meenachil River Odonate Survey in collaboration with Kerala Forests and wildlife Department on November 3rd and 4th 2018 . The survey will cover 15 sites from Adukkam to Kottayam Illikkal. The prominent odonologists of South India will take part in the survey.
The number and species diversity of dragonflies is an indicator of the ecosystem soundness of our water resources. Therefore, the findings of the study are very crucial for taking stringent conservation actions.
The researchers, students and others interested in take part in the survey could participate in the program. The training for dragonfl...Posted by TIES / Posted on Oct , 29 2018
One day training programme on Mushroom cultivation was organised at Tropical Institute of Ecological Sciences (TIES). Dr. Punnen Kurian inaugurated and led the introductory session on benefits of mushroom farming. Ms. Roshini Elias explained the procedure and demonstrated the procedure of mushroom cultivation. 28 participants who attended the ...Posted by TIES / Posted on Jun , 16 2018
Marathampally Pond has great stories to talk about the life that revolved around her for the past 200 years. Marathampally is a perennial pond of Kodakara Panchayath, located 300 meters away from National Highway, accessible through a pocket road, sharing boundaries with paddy fields and residential lands. She once played a major role in everyday life of locals who were dependent on it for agriculture, bathing, laundry, showering animals etc. Unlike other ponds, the beneficiaries of this water body were not just natives, but also patients from nearby hospital, Sabarimala pilgrims,...Posted by TIES / Posted on Jan , 11 2018
An Enjoy learning session for the students of BMM English Medium School, Pampady was conducted at TIES campus on November 16, 2017. Enjoy learning is a daylong education program for students of schools and colleges. It provides a unique experiment in environmental education, targeting transformation among the stakeholder community. The nature is taught in an enjoyable way to the students such that it benefits both their studies as well future life. The one-day programme can be treated as a “Field Study programme”, “Field assignment” or laboratory visit or research institute visit as envisaged in the curriculum of several UG courses in South India. For each age group separate packages have been developed based on a gene...Posted by TIES / Posted on Nov , 17 2017
TIES has launched Tropical Explorer Tourism Program. Edwin Zargar from Beligium was taken for a 3-day long nature exploration trip to Aramanakkadu near Udumpanchola.
Tropical Explorer is an educational tourism program of TIES guided by expert naturalists. Through Tropical Explorer TIES aims to evoke the spirit of nature conservation through unique experiences of exploring the nature at its pristine form.... Posted by TIES / Posted on Nov , 13 2017