Camel milk dairy – ready to start!

The microdiary project the Kumbhalgarh Camel Dairy, was set up in 2015. It is using milk from areas where the camels graze on plants traditionally recognized as having medicinal properties. The milk is collected daily from registered and monitored herds; as soon as it arrives in the dairy it is pasteurized then frozen for transportation to customers in Delhi and metros.

With great support of LPP members and friends the building of the camel diary was built at the LPPS Camel Conservation Centre near Ranakpur, Rajasthan. The machines for pasteurization and cooling where bought and installed. And now India’s first microdiary started to sell camel milk.

Camel milk dairy – ready to start!

The microdiary project the Kumbhalgarh Camel Dairy, was set up in 2015. It is using milk from areas where the camels graze on plants traditionally recognized as having medicinal properties. The milk is collected daily from registered and monitored herds; as soon as it arrives in the dairy it is pasteurized then frozen for transportation to customers in Delhi and metros.

With great support of LPP members and friends the building of the camel diary was built at the LPPS Camel Conservation Centre near Ranakpur, Rajasthan. The machines for pasteurization and cooling where bought and installed. And now India’s first microdiary started to sell camel milk.

Camel milk diary – ready to start

7th International Convention of Environmental Laureates

18 March 2018, Freiburg, Germany

Laureates, environmental and sustainability experts from all over the world will participate in 7th ICEL. This year has a special focus on Ecological FooDprint. Exciting speakers, renowned international guests and great networking opportunities are awaiting the participants.

On Friday 16th March Ilse Köhler-Rollefson will describe the development of India’ s first micro-camel dairy giving the presentation:“Minimizing foodprint through the  support for pastoralism –  Using the Kumbhalgarh Camel  Dairy as example”

Read more about the conference:

www.european-environment-foundation.eu (Programme)

www.european-environment-foundation.eu (Camel Dairy)

Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, India  Minimizing foodprint through the support for pastoralism – Using the Kumbhalgarh Camel Dairy as example

https://www.european-environment-foundation.eu/

Environmental Laureates’ Call for Action towards a Sustainable Food System

https://www.european-environment-foundation.eu/en-en/about-us/laureates-calls/laureates-call_1

II. World Organic Forum, 7-9 March 2018 – Kirchberg/Jagst Germany

From 7th until 9th March 2018 the second World Organic Forum organized by the Foundation “Haus der Bauern” and its partners will take place in Kirchberg/Jagst, Germany.

International Experts will discuss the need of change of the agricultural paradigm. On Friday 9th March the Projects Coordinator of the League for Pastoral Peoples, Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, will give a presentation with the title: „Animal Keepers and their Rights in International Framework Agreements: Roads for their Implementation”.

Read more about the congress: www.hdb-stiftung.com (PDF)