What does the future hold for conservation?
The news you read is not always good – population declines, loss of habitats, climate change – but at least we know what to do about it.
We believe that the future of conservation is people. Every day, we push conservation towards a more empowering, collaborative, and people-focused future.
Biodiversity is absolutely precious, and we have hope for the future of conservation because we see the progress. When farmers and villagers work alongside biologists, governments and nonprofits – that’s when conservation really “sticks.”
Donations help us give communities the tools they need to protect their local biodiversity. This year, donations helped us:
- Join with local mammalogists in Nepal to search for the critically endangered pygmy hog
- Assist dairy farming communities in the highly biodiverse Andes mountains on conservation-based, community-managed ecotourism
- Help train community forest groups in Nepal to monitor wildlife with GPS and wildlife cameras
- Educate conservation professionals and the general public about the importance of involving local communities in biodiversity protection
- and more…
It’s an honor to work directly with communities to help them save species.
Today is #GivingTuesday – the global day of giving back. There are more communities asking us for assistance in starting conservation projects in 2020. Please join us with a donation and be a part of the future of conservation.
Any amount you can give is so appreciated! Thank you in advance for your support.