On World Environment Day, we take a look at how the current global crisis has created an opportunity for national staff to take over responsibility for the monitoring of Project Ala's corridors and forest fragments.
The SEED blog
Talking about sustainable environment, education, development in Southeast Madagascar.
Project Development Intern Emma Irving summarises the progress made on our forest corridors initiative, Project Ala, in it's first year, and how the Coronavirus crisis is likely to affect it in the coming months.
Senior Research Assistant Kashmir Flint talks about SCRP’s dragonfly surveying and their importance for wetland habitats and wider conservation research.
Forestry Specialist Sam Ambler and Senior Project Development Officer James Benton take a look at the conservation education Project Ala is carrying out with young people in Sainte Luce, and the benefits of this to conservation efforts.
Project Rufus is carrying out groundbreaking scientific research into the feeding habits and activity of the Madagascar Flying Fox (Pteropus rufus). In this article the SCRP team explain what it's all about and why it matters.
One of our recent SEED Madagascar Conservation Research Programme volunteers, Morgan, reflects on her 10 weeks spent with the programme, the highs, lows, and why you should consider it too.
Driven by his passion for the environment, Laza found his dream job with SEED Madagascar as Project Ala's Project Coordinator. Originally posted to Global Giving.
Conservation volunteer Millie, reflects on her time in the 'Bush' ...
This Earth Day, our Foresty Specialist Sam Ambler reflects on the impact deforestation has had on southern Madagascar's already endangered species.
As Project Ala begins, Senior Research Assistant Stephanie reminds us of the threats to Sainte Luce and the importance of the project to the local lemur population. Originally posted on Lemur Conservation Network.