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Posted by on Aug 3, 2011

Getting along with a single solar panel: the eco-friendly operation of KATH (Nepal) and the blessed place of Godavari (via )

Some of the friendliest botanists you will ever meet and some of my favorite Global Plants Initiative partners. I come from a very non-scientific background (unless you count information science), but it has been an absolute joy to work with this crowd over the last five years. Our group just outside Kathmandu are some of the nicest.

I am trying to think of ways to help them along with a second solar panel, perhaps even a crowdsourced fundraising effort. I am just thinking aloud here, but I am going to do some research.

Getting along with a single solar panel: the eco-friendly operation of KATH (Nepal) and the blessed place of Godavari In this installment of the Global Plants Initiative (GPI) video series, we have another video from our good friends at the National Herbarium and Plant Laboratories (KATH), Nepal, including the¬†indefatigable Nirmala Phuyal, Ganga Datt Bhatt, Ram Sharan Dani, and Mitra Lal Pathak. Besides receiving a quick tour of the exterior of the building (and the lush landscape surrounding it), we learn from Nirmala how the herbarium runs off of the single so … Read More

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