Arbor Day Celebration Parade Photos!
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The parade to the planting site in KAFS. It’s amazing to see all the people that are involved with the reforestation project in Madagascar. Its people like “you” that make this world a better place. Special Thanks to Conservation Fusion for getting all the children together for this special event!      

Arbor Day Celebration Parade!
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Arbor Day Celebration Parade! This video captures the excitement and true celebration of the holiday. Thanks again Arbor Day Foundation, SOS- Save our Species and Conservation Fusion for making this day a success!     “SOS – Save Our Species is a joint initiative of IUCN, the Global Environment Facility and the World Bank and supported by other donors. Its objective is to ensure the long-term survival of threatened species and their habitats.”    

Happy Arbor Day from Madagascar!
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The Tree Planting Celebration Begins… For the last two years, the MBP has teamed up with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant trees in Madagascar. This year we have a goal of planting over 10,000 trees in Madagascar to commemorate Arbor Day. This will be the first time that Arbor Day has ever been celebrated in Madagascar. We are involving the whole community and have also teamed up with Conservation Fusion to include the children! … Read More

Start of Arbor Day Celebration
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Blog by MBP Reforestation Supervisor, Samantha Ambler Here at KAFS we have started collecting the seedlings needed for the Arbor Day planting on Friday 29th April. We are collecting 2500 seedlings from Monday to Thursday to transport them to the planting sites, as well as organizing the delivery of compost. We are busy preparing and organizing with labor and our reforestation team the seedlings needed. Here are some photographs of the team collecting the seedlings … Read More

Environment Day!
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Blog by MBP Volunteer, Rachel Photos courtesy of Rachel We headed down to Ambalahosy, the nearest village to KAFS, to celebrate Environment Day. The local school hosted a dance competition and quiz and the whole village was out watching despite the rain. The message of the day was that the environment is part of our heritage and it is our responsibility to protect it.