Entity Framework Migrations is a way of managing changes to a database schema over time. It allows developers to easily make changes to the database structure without having to manually write SQL scripts.

Migrations provide a way to incrementally update the database as the application evolves. Each migration represents a set of changes to the database schema, such as adding new tables, modifying columns, or creating indexes. Migrations can be applied to the database to bring it up to date with the latest schema changes, or they can be rolled back to undo the changes.

Entity Framework uses a code-first approach to migrations, where developers write C# code to define the desired changes to the database schema. This code is then used to generate SQL scripts that will be executed against the database.

To enable migrations in an Entity Framework project, developers can use the Package Manager Console (PMC) in Visual Studio. They can run commands like `Enable-Migrations` to setup migrations for the project, `Add-Migration` to generate a new migration based on the current model, and `Update-Database` to apply the latest migration to the database.

Migrations can be a powerful tool for managing database changes in a collaborative development environment. They provide a way for multiple developers to work on the same project and apply their schema changes to the database without conflicts or data loss. They also allow for easy rollback in case of errors or issues with a migration.

Overall, Entity Framework Migrations provide a convenient way to handle database schema changes and keep the database in sync with the application’s evolving needs.