Natural Cheese Making Workshop with Trevor Warmedahl

LPPS is proud to host a natural cheese making workshop with fabled and famous Milktrekker Trevor Warmedahl from 19-23rd January 2024 at its Butibagh campus in t

Camel milk does not need to be deodorized!

Camel breeders in Rajasthan are deeply concerned about recent media reports stating that Amul plans to launch ‘deodorized’ camel milk, as they feel it discr

Biocultural Community Protocol of the Camel Breeders of Rajasthan

Rajasthan’s camel breeders have faced almost unsurmountable difficulties in maintaining their ancestral camel herds, due to the camel becoming state anima

Marwar Camel Culture Festival, 3-5 November 2017

LPPS will be hosting the second edition of the Marwar Camel Culture Festival on its campus from 3-5 November, 2017. A special website www.marwarcamelculturefest

Presentations during Side-event CGRFA 16

Ilse Köhler-Rollefson: “Access and Benefit-Sharing of Animal Genetic Resources: About the need to think out of the box“ Download presentation

Letter to FSSAI about camel milk fat standard

LPPS is one of the several organizations including Sahjeevan in Gujarat that are requesting a modification of the camel milk standards proposed by the Food Safe

Camel milk finally recognized as food item in India, but standards are reason for worry

On 2nd December, when the Living Lightly Exhibition was inaugurated at the Indira Gandhi National Centre of the Arts in Delhi, it was announced by India’s

Workshop “Counting India’s Pastoralists”, 13-15 May, 2016

From 13-15 May, 2016, experts from all over India will meet in Kullu (Himachal Pradesh) to assess and estimate the number of India’s pastoralists. Togethe