EB- Project Nature aims to build community resilience towards emerging challenges and disseminate knowledge on nature conservation to communities who actually owns natural resources and they need proper knowledge to judiciously manage it. The project is a practical learning site for spring rejuvenation, rainwater harvesting and bio-diversity conservation. The project organizes study trekking, displays and exhibitions on nature conservation to inspire the communities.
In year 2017, GRK (Gumin Rwgo Kwlaju), the apex community body of Basar area organized exposure of village representatives to EB-Project Nature to learn spring shed rejuvenation and rainwater harvesting techniques so as to replicate the activities to other villages. Now the GRK is carrying forward the conservation awareness and activities in 34 villages and many villages have started to dig recharge pits to save drying springs. River cleaning and water conservation has become an important part of GRK activities now.
Since 2019, the EB-Project Nature has become a part of famous Basar Confluence Festival, a calendar event of Tourism Department, Government of Arunachal Pradesh organized by GRK. The project’s conservation area is opened for week long public exposure for learning water and bio-diversity conversations for the visitors. Communities from different parts of the state visits the project for practical exposure on nature conservation activities. The project is also opened from time to time for researchers and tourists on prior intimation but usually remain closed for general visit so that wildlife are not disturbed,
The project participates in invited programmes such as Kisan Mela organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs), festivals and conferences of other communities across the state to give awareness on nature conservation.