Human and Crocodile share the same space without much conflict in Charotar. With various conservation efforts, predominantly using education as a tool, we try to foster human –wildlife coexistence and conserve this cultural landscape.

Most of the Indian wolves survive outside protected area, and share the landscape with people. We focus on understanding the status and distribution of wolves in Kutch, with an emphasis on how people and wolves coexist in these landscapes.
There is no better place to educate the students about environment and its importance than the lap of mother nature. Such nature Camps strengthens the bond between youth and nature by providing students the opportunity to explore the great outdoors, while connecting them to nature.
Conservation and management efforts have led to significantrise in the population of Indian wild ass, a globally threatenedspecies, which survives only in the Little Rann of Kutch. Wetry to understand the problem prevailing crop depredation,and minimize these conflicts, through research and education.

Human and Crocodile share the same space without much conflict in Charotar. With various conservation efforts, predominantly using education as a tool, we try to foster human –wildlife coexistence and conserve this cultural landscape.

Most of the Indian wolves survive outside protected area, and share the landscape with people. We focus on understanding the status and distribution of wolves in Kutch, with an emphasis on how people and wolves coexist in these landscapes.
There is no better place to educate the students about environment and its importance than the lap of mother nature. Such nature Camps strengthens the bond between youth and nature by providing students the opportunity to explore the great outdoors, while connecting them to nature.
Conservation and management efforts have led to significantrise in the population of Indian wild ass, a globally threatenedspecies, which survives only in the Little Rann of Kutch. Wetry to understand the problem prevailing crop depredation,and minimize these conflicts, through research and education.

About VNC

Vidyanagar Nature Club is one of the most versatile grass root NGOs in India, working for the cause of environmental protection. It has been its mission to educate the masses and to spread awareness about the crucial need for environmental protection. The organization has evolved with changing times, creating novel ways to communicate with society, thereby, shifting the attitude of thousands of people by environmentally sensitizing them. The team at VNC is dedicated to conserve the environment and make sustainable efforts towards the same.

Our Focus

Environmental Education

We encourage individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment.

 

Research & Conservation

We believe we all should do our best to ensure that environment is protected by combining modern ways of living with respect and understanding of what nature provides.

Awareness & Advocacy

We are engaged in evoking responsibility of humans to respect, protect, and preserve the nature from its anthropogenic afflictions.

 

Our Projects

Crocodile Conservation

The project was initiated to ensure a safe and long-term survival of this ancient species in the Charotar region.

Wildlife Rehabilitation

The program caters to the need of rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals in human habitat.

Wolf Conservation

Prime objective is to identify the existing population, the threats that loom over their existence, and understand the conflicts with local communities.

Members in current year

Projects till date

People Educated till date

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Donation Received (August 2017)

Events

Upcoming Events

january

6jan - 7All Day5th Charotar Crocodile Count-2018Counting Crocodiles for Conservation

february

11feb6:30 am- 10:30 amGreenathon 2018

Glimpses of Recent Events

Testimonials

Hana ChenHana Chen

International Volunteer

“I am impressed by VNC’s persistent throughout this utilitarian world, and hope it keeps this spirit in the future just as they did at the beginning.” 

Vinny Spotlesan Vinny Spotlesan

International Volunteer

“There isn’t a better program when it comes to conservation and wildlife. I was trained in appropriate relocation procedures for both venomous and non-venomous snakes. As India continues to develop, NGO’s like VNC are critical in fighting for sustainability, wildlife conservation, and against deforestation.”

Pooja Gandhi Pooja Gandhi

Volunteer

“VNC has always felt like a family. It has given me one of the best memories I ever had. Most importantly it gave me something to love. I might not be there always but it doesn’t mean I’m not there at all. It is an important of me; a part that i will never let go.” 

Our Donors