Landmark Trees was a project blessed by collaboration with several organisation and institutions.
Some of these collaborations led to deliverable outputs, others to happy memories and interesting stories. Some of these relationships were very formal, and others were based on friendships. We encourage you to learn more about their works, by following the links below.
- United States Department of State Fulbright Program (Supported and enabled this project)
- US-India Education Foundation, Delhi (Hosts for Fulbright Scholarships)
- The Energy and Resources Institute, Delhi (Project affiliate for Fulbright Scholarships
- Forest Survey of India, Himachal Pradesh-Shimla (Collaborators for cedar studies in Himachal Pradesh)
- Society to Save Rocks, Hyderabad (Field excursions to granite refugia)
- The American Center, Delhi (Hosts for art show and seminars)
- India International Centre (Hosts for seminar)
- World Wildlife Fund-India (Collaboration with Delhi office for student events and poster publication)
- Sadhana Forest, Auroville (Forestry baseline measurements with volunteer teams)
- Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, (Treeclimbing class, permanent sample plot establishment, with Navendu Page)
- Centre for Ecological Studies Indian Institute of Science (Collaboration with Navendu Page at Agumbe Rainforest)
- Madras Crocodile Bank Trust (organisers of Agumbe Rainforest)
- ATREE: Ashoka Trust on Research on Ecology and Environment (hosts for conference, India Biodiversity Portal custodians)
- Smithsonian Institution (field excursion with Jess Parker, using scanning laser technologies)
- National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore (hosted a student seminar)
- Koshy’s Knights and Ladies of the Square Table (hosted a photo show and seminar)
- Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany (hosted conference)
And many more individuals and organisations. We apologise to those who, through our well-intentioned error, we have omitted from this list.