In Madagascar, the ‘human/wildlife conflict’ is one that is oh-so-relevant and not something we can ignore. After a young orphan was caught burning newly planted forest in Kianjavato, the teams were faced with the aftermath and how to handle the situation.
Blog by MBP Volunteer, Katherine Since arriving in Madagascar, many teachers and friends have reached out to me to speak to their students about conservation, lemurs, and endangered species protection. I’ve received countless emails with questions about MBP’s work here in Madagascar and my role as a volunteer research assistant. It’s wonderful to see teachers and students excited about issues; as all conservationists know, spreading awareness and educating the public is critical for any … Read More
What do lemur droppings, plant nurseries, education and one million trees have in common? Click the link below to find out and read about the MBP’s Education Promoting Reforestation Project The EPRP Report, planting a lemur playground and making life better for the community!