Omaha Elementary School Travels to Madagascar by way of Skype
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Blog by MBP Volunteer, Colleen with help from Fullerton Magnet “I have been a volunteer on the Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata) team with the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership since June of this year. My sister, Laura Chan, has been a school teacher at Fullerton Magnet Elementary in Omaha Nebraska for over 10 years which has given me several opportunities to speak to her classrooms about my various travels and life living in different … Read More

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