Lantana Elephants: Taking a message across the world
We believe that the current form of wildlife conservation, of maintaining only isolated pockets of forests, has to be reassessed.
What we need is coexistence, living well with all other species on earth.
Lantana camara is an invasive weed taking over forests in many parts of the world.
The making of our lantana elephants clears forests of this weed, provides livelihood to adivasi families and highlights the cause of nature conservation.
This project is in collaboration with Elephant Family, an international NGO dedicated to protecting the Asian elephant from extinction in the wild.
Proceeds from the sale of these elephants will fund coexistence initiatives across India.