Analog Forestry is taught in Sinhalese (and soon in Tamil)
Overcoming the barriers that serve to distinguish various languages we're happy to say thanks to help from spirited volunteers, Belipola Arboretum has finally successful translated
Analog Forestry : A practitioners Guide to Sinhala.
Translated to over 6 languages across the globe thanks to the ongoing work and of the International Analog Forestry Network (www.analogforestry.org) what was founded as a Sri Lankan concept finally has been translated into Sinhalese, creating also the potential to collaborate on a Tamil version for broader application in Sri Lanka and south India.
We are looking for collaborators to publish this important work "a how to manual" for restoring Sri Lankan ecosystems and saving remaining biodiversity in the shortest time.
We are open to discuss potential collaborators for translating into Tamil.
We invite anyone to come and learn.