The Main objective of CIHfestival is to build a national-level campaign among one & all – especially by involving the students and youth. Our goal is to build greater awareness about nature and wildlife, which is so crucial for survival of humankind. Along with that, the festival also aims to give a viable platform to students, amateurs and aspiring wildlife filmmakers by facilitating them to observe and shoot nature & wildlife from close range.
CREW hosts CIHfestival - Central Indian Highlands Wildlife Film Festival as a major environment and conservation awareness programme. CIHfestival is our flagship programme.
CREW uses the visual media and releases b-rolls in digital broadcast quality format on crucial environment related issues to different sections of the media.
Crew has played a pioneering role in building common interest in Bird Watching activities in Central India.
Status of Tigers
CREW conducts research and has produced reports and documentaries on the tiger habitat, endangered species and factors responsible for destruction of green cover and threats to the forest ecosystem
CREW is Central India’s primary centre for policy and enforcement regarding conservation and management of natural resources, wildlife and biodiversity.