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Update on the Golden Langur Conservation Project in Assam, India

I had a wonderful trip to visit one of CC’s most successful projects, The Golden Langur Conservation Project in Assam, India. Our founder, Rob Horwich, worked with partners and communities in Assam from 1997-2017. You can read about the original project on our website. The project area is large, covering the entire area around the … Continue reading Update on the Golden Langur Conservation Project in Assam, India

Join our 4th Annual Pedal, Paddle, or Plod event!

Team Orangutan versus Team Tiger August 2-16, 2024 Early Bird Registration is June 26 - July 26 (save $5!) General registration is open July 27-August 16 REgister here Join our virtual event to raise funds for endangered species by participating in outdoor activities! Welcome back to the 4th annual Pedal, Paddle or Plod. This event … Continue reading Join our 4th Annual Pedal, Paddle, or Plod event!

Youth groups and camera trap training in Karen communities

Teri visited Thailand in November 2023 and March 2024 to work on the tiger conservation project with Karen communities living inside the Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary. Meeting the youth groups In November, Teri, our director, and Dr. Dave Smith traveled to two villages with our partner, Rabbit in the Moon. They are a new … Continue reading Youth groups and camera trap training in Karen communities

Creating anti-poaching groups in the wildlife corridor

We're excited to report we've made big strides in protecting wildlife with communities in Nepal. Creation of anti-poaching groups In June 2023, we took a group of community members from Jhapa and Morang districts to visit Chitwan National Park to talk with and learn from community-based anti-poaching units (CBAPUs) there. CBAPUs have been very successful … Continue reading Creating anti-poaching groups in the wildlife corridor

Re-wilding rubber plantations in Malaysia

Mapping rubber plantations In August 2023, Olivia Cosby and Christ Hani visited the two longhouses to continue conversations from May 2022 and February 2023 that explored building a new community-led collaboration with Sarawak Forestry (SFC), Smithsonian Institution (SI), and Community Conservation (CC). In earlier conversations, the communities identified replanting rubber tree plantation areas with a … Continue reading Re-wilding rubber plantations in Malaysia