Hello! It's me Manish

Hello there! I'm on a journey through the green realms of Forestry, currently mastering the art at Hetauda's Agriculture and Forestry University. My forestry tale began with a Bachelor's in the same field, and I've worked with trees and data as an intern and a Field Research Officer.
Hello! It's me Manish

I navigate the world of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), forest inventories, and the trio of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. I have a knack for identifying trees, managing forests, and wildlife conservation. Cartography is my artistic sidekick in this adventure.

Beyond the forest, you'll find me delighting in cricket matches, losing myself in movies, and cruising on a cycle. I'm all about finding the symphony in nature and humanity. If you're curious or fancy a chat, ask away!

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
23 days ago

A warm welcome to WildHub Manish! Great to have you join us. 

Question: What did you wish you would have known before you started managing forests and could be useful to share with other forestry professionals now? Would be great for us to learn more from you through your work! 

Go to the profile of Manish
23 days ago

Certainly! Managing forests is a dynamic task, and there are a few things I wish I had known before starting. Firstly, building good relationships with local communities and stakeholders is crucial. Understanding their needs and involving them in decision-making can lead to more sustainable and successful forest management. Secondly, the importance of continuous learning is immense. Stay updated on new technologies, research, and best forestry practices. It helps in making informed decisions and adapting to changing environmental conditions. Lastly, effective communication is key. Clear and transparent communication fosters understanding and cooperation, Whether conveying information to your team or explaining forest management plans to the community. These insights have been valuable in my journey.

Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
15 days ago

Thank you for sharing your insights, Manish! Much appreciated. 

It may be interesting to write a lessons learned piece to cover your above insights in more detail. Please find our Contributor Guidelines if you would like to do this independently, or you can team up with one of our Conservation Catalyst and send them a message to interview you (e.g. @Oluwadamilare AJAYI or @Adekanle Godslove Damilola ) Thanks! 

Go to the profile of Zoe Melvin
21 days ago

Hi Manish, welcome to WildHub! I'm looking forward to meeting you on the PMWC course!

If you would like to, you can also introduce yourself on the introductions post in the WildTeam PMWC Jan-Mar 2024 room to chat with other participants on the course! Here is the link to the room. We will be sharing all the course materials in that room so feel free to have a look around and let me know if you have any questions. 

See you soon!

Go to the profile of Lara Reden
15 days ago

Welcome to WildHub, Manish!

Go to the profile of Grace Alawa
12 days ago

Welcome Manish, looking forward to reading and learning from your experience. Cheers