Our innovative community-based reforestation project in Kianjavato, Madagascar has an objective to protect and expand the local forests while raising the standard of living for thousands of people. We have been able to make major progress on expanding our system of tree nurseries. The latest advancements are due to the hard work of our partners and staff, along with support from IUCN’s SOS – Save Our Species initiative and its partner, Fondation Segré’s Funding for … 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!
The greater bamboo lemur is one of the most endangered primates in the whole world. The Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership has a multi-faceted program in Kianjavato, Madagascar, home of the largest known population of this rare lemur species. Check out the greater bamboo lemur portion of this months MBP report! Click here to read about the Greater Bamboo lemur and Kianjavato, Madagascar
New Report from the Kianjavato Ahmanson Field Station (KAFS)! Here’s a snippet about our Rocket Stove project from the January edition for the report. Click here to see the Rocket Stove part of our report. Check back for more of the newest reports!