Himalayan Mountain Trust
Uniting for the Himalayas: Trestle and the HMT join hands to conserve and sustain the natural beauty of the Himalayan landscape.
Preserving the Himalayan Landscape
What Is HMT?
Here at Trestle, we're always thinking about our surrounding environmental concerns. Given the challenging developmental issues of the Himalayan landscape due to climate change and conventual issues, we have agreed to join hands to work together with the Himalayan Mountain Trust in order to develop effective solutions and initiatives for the conservation and sustainable development
of the Himalayan landscape.
A Story of Success
Joint publications & physical events targeted to the youth of western Himalayas
To make them more aware and responsible for the conservation of the Himalayan landscape
Conducting joint applied research on the Himalayas (made accessible to policymakers and practitioners)
Partnership with other institutions working on similar agenda in the north western Himalayas
Established trust deed for public charitable objects
For individuals having concern for the sustainable development of HP
To accept donations, contributions, cash, grants from supporters
Institute for Mountain Research & Development of the North & Western Himalayas
To create a platform of local, national, and international exchange on issues of mountain eco-development
To initiate and support development activities, publications, scientific research projects and other activities
To collect donations received from India and foreign countries
Thank you for taking the time to learn about the Himalayan Mountain Trust! We hope that you found the information on our page informative and engaging. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our work in the Himalayas, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Together, we can make a difference in protecting the unique and beautiful landscape of the Himalayan region.