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.
We are excited to introduce another new volunteer, Daan! He will be joining the reforestation team once he arrives in Madagascar. Check out his intro blog below and get to know a little bit more about him! “Hi, my name is … Read More
Please welcome the MBP’s newest volunteer, Will! He is going to be working with the reforestation team in Kianjavato. We are happy to have him on board 🙂 Intro Bio: Hello team MBP! Will Lister here giving a … Read More
Meet our newest MBP Volunteer, Katherine! She will be joining the Reforestation Team. Intro Bio: “Hello! My name is Katherine Day and I’m a 22 year old outdoor enthusiast. I’m a recent graduate of the “miracle class” … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
Here is a video of one of our MBP employees, Dadalioka, explaining the importance of reforestation and the impact that the MBP and the Arbor Day Foundation have made on their community. ENJOY!
Blog by Reforestation Supervisor, Samantha Ambler Here at the Kianjavato Field site, we are on our way to becoming sustainable through installing solar panels for electricity, wells for drinking and cleaning water, using rocket stoves to cook and now … Read More
We are excited to announce our Arbor Day Tree Planting Celebration this Friday! The MBP has teamed up with the Arbor Day Foundation this year with the goal of planting over 10,000 trees in Madagascar on Arbor Day. This will be … Read More