The Ancient Trees Heritage of Borai ~ Arya Warsha


Trees are very important, that we all know. They are important because of many reasons, i.e. shade, fruits, feed for animals, fixing atmospheric carbon & producing oxygen, fixing land, purifying/halting winds, providing habitats to insects, birds, reptiles and other animals, scenic attraction, herbal value, building material and anymore. Trees are very important from many angles.…


The camel products, especially milk is special because of the plants the camel consume as well as the unique genetics of this incredible creature of nature. https://www.youtube.com/embed/9NC2saE5MbQ?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Camels bodies are built for harsh desert conditions. Camels have a hard palate at the tops of their mouths and cheeks lined with raised, cone-shaped structures called papillae.…

The Camel Milk Story “Theme of the World Camel Day 2018”


Dear friends and colleagues, Greetings from the camels' world. We, the camel activists celebrate world camel day since last few years. Different groups of the people celebrate this day it in the different parts of the world in different ways. The idea behind celebrating world camel day is to aware the public and the policymakers regarding…

A Symbol of Resilience and Patience~The Acacia Tree of the Arabian Desert


Acacia tortilis tree is an incredible desert creature. It survives in harsh and hostile ecosystems and resist the normal weathering conditions but evolves its resistance to the changing climates. The Ice Cream Species of Plants for the Camel and Goat. Part 1   I always tried to learn the lessons of strength, patience, and resilience of…

A Picture Explain the Powerful Connection


    The symbolism of this picture is powerful! Not only of our interconnectedness but furthermore I believe, that the camel will lead countries out of the extreme climate change. The camel, in all its resourcefulness and functionality, will feed and nurture the world. Not better than wearing a hat?

The Ultimate Choice or an Old Song with the New Drum?


I hereby to start a discussion about the selection of genetic resource for livelihood in the difficult ecosystems of the world. In my view, a true and durable sustainability of food production can be achieved with the tool of the local/native genetic resources embodied with the traditional knowledge.  The best milk yielder in the deserted…

Farmers Hardship Under the Establishment’s Eyes


The farmers are not the part of the policy-making process. They are out of the decision making forums. The policies are driven by the people whom interest lies in the wars and conflicts. On both sides of the border, the policy-making is in the hand of powerful establishments to keep the tension alive and strengthen their vested interests.

Camel’s Milk Gives Hopes in the Drought Stricken Africa


When it's too dry for dairy cows, what do you do? Switch to camel milk The African nomads find new ways to adapt with the challenge of the climate change. As increasingly fierce, frequent and lengthy dry spells hit northern Kenya, raising dairy cattle has gotten ever harder. But after seeing her initial five camels…

Less Consumption is the Best Solution


Eating Less and Adaptation to Slow Food The idea of ‘eating less and adaptation of slow food pattern’ need to be supported and promoted. The more we consume, the more is the hike in problems (warming, poor health, and other catastrophes). Such problems and climate change are very much linked with the quantity, quality, and…

Recommendation by Christina Adam (A Writer/journalist, autism expert, camel milk advisor)


Dr. Raziq is an emerging global visionary. From his background in animal science and hands-on experimentation, he realized the value of camel milk as an exceptional productDr Abdul Raziq Kakar Technical Operation Manager at a Modern Camel Dairy Farm. But he also had the foresight to view pastoral peoples as valuable cultural reservoirs. He's a…

People and Animal Agriculture~The Philosophy of the Low Carbon Livestock


I love the concept of the people's agriculture and intelligence. Here are some great pictures for your eyes, my precious reader. The people agriculture is low carbon livestock. The pictures tell how useful and sustainable is such type of husbandry. It is raised locally and consume locally, the great job the people doing. I found…

Camel Milk Materializing Education for the Drought Stricken Kenyan Pastoralists


Isiolo, a provincial town about five hours' drive north of the capital, Nairobi, has become a real camel hub already. Maalim and around thirty other women now bring about five thousand liters of camel milk daily to a distribution point in the center of the provincial town. The women receive support from the Dutch development organization…

The Blind Export of Precious Donkey will lead to Extinction of this Genetic Resource


The Donkey's Importance Donkey, the beautiful but very useful creature 2. Donkey, the wheel of the rural life 3. Donkey is the wheel of urban transport 4. Donkey is the companion of nomads and ensures movability 5. The unique biodiversity 6. Unfortunately, neglected and avoided 7. Treated in a bad way, no respect 8. But…

Happy Camels Provide Healthier Milk: A comprehensive Response from Julia.


An important environmental point is that "soft hooved" animals (camels) are far more environmentally sustainable than "hard hooved" animals.