Manas Maozigendri Ecotourism Society (MMES), a community based society for Conservation and Ecotourism established on 13th December 2003 emerged as a conservation messiah in Manas National Park as witnessed by many Community People at a time when Manas was rampantly depleted. The Emergence of MMES is an era of transition of mindset from TERRORISM to TOURISM in the Area. The Society has been doing relentlessly for a Sustainable Conservation and Responsible Tourism in Manas and adjacent areas. Sustainable Conservation and Ecotourism for poverty alleviation is the motto of MMES. MMES has been launching motivation as well as awareness campaign for Conservation & Ecotourism development with a series of workshops and trainings in the related fields.
INTACH Anirudh Bhargava Environmental Award 2005 – For doing fundamental duties of citizens as enshrined in Article 51A of the Indian Constitution
The Prestigious Amrita Devi Bishnoi Wildlife Protection Award 2006 – from the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India
Award of Excellence 2012 for Outstanding Contribution to the Tourism Sector from Assam Tourism.
Award of Excellence in Conservation 2006 – from Kolkata Conservators of Nature.
Certificate of Appreciation from Govt. of BTC Former Member NGO, State Board for Wildlife, Assam
Former Member NGO, District Wildlife Advisory Board, Baksa
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Manas is .. Tiger Reserve (1973), UNESCO World Heritage Site (1985), Biosphere Reserve (1989), National Park (1990), Ripu-Chirang Elephant Reserve (2003), Important Bird Area, Biodiversity Hotspot.