Thanks for Voting!
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Thanks to all of you who helped during the 2011 Zoo Boise Conservation Fund open voting session. Unfortunately, the MBP was not selected as one of the top four candidates for funding. Although this is a disappointment, we are honored just to make the cut for the top eight conservation organizations that were up for consideration. We were up against some amazing conservation efforts, focused on the plight of the cheetah, orangutan, or rhino, all … Read More

Watch Our Video and Vote!
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Here’s a little video that explains our project for consideration by the 2011 Zoo Boise Conservation Fund. Our proposal “Lemurs Rebuilding Madagascar’s Forest – Let’s Doo-Doo It!” is asking for funding to further strengthen our community-supported reforestation program that uses seeds collected from lemur doo-doo to regrow the forests of Kianjavato! We need your vote so we can reach our 1 million tree goal!!! Now through October 28, you can cast your vote by visiting … Read More

MBP Candidate for Zoo Boise 2011 Conservation Fund
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Here’s an easy way YOU can help the lemurs and forest of Madagascar! We’ve been selected as one of the top 8 candidates by Zoo Boise’s 2011 Conservation Fund. In this competition, the public gets to vote on which conservation effort to support, and the top 4 winners will be awarded grant funding. Our proposal “Lemurs Rebuilding Madagascar’s Forest – Let’s Doo-Doo It!” is asking for funding to further strengthen our community-supported reforestation program that … Read More

Education Promoting Reforestation
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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!  

Conservation Research Training
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On July 4th 2010, 18 Malagasy Animal Biology graduate students and their professors from the University of Antananarivo embarked upon a unique journey. The destination was to Kianjavato, a small community on the Madagascar’s southeastern coast, to participate in an once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity.   The group drove 13 hours south from the island’s central plateau to reach the humid rainforests that surround Kianjavato to attend a week-long conservation research training program. This new program, facilitated … Read More

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