Kristy Thomson

Managing human-wildlife conflict and facilitating human-wildlife co-existence is integral for ensuring ongoing local support for conservation. Our Mazingira Club students all received a copy of Ole Peenko’s Journey and other stories, developed by Kenya Wildlife Trust for children living near important wildlife areas in Kenya. Over the next two weeks, our Maarifa educator is discussing …

Stories for conservation Read More »

Today we were live from inside the koala enclosure at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary with author of ‘Have You Seen a Tree for Me‘, Sarah Eccleston as she read the story of Enzo the koala, with students from Upper Mount Gravatt State School (UMG). UMG have not only been working really hard this year to help …

Koala Conservation Champions at UMG Read More »

Through recycling 10c-refund bottles and cans in Australia, not only are we funding grass roots Education for Conservation for kids in Maasai community Kenya, but we are also saving water and energy and reducing landfill. Visit our Recycle for Education page for all the stats and how you can join our Orange Army of Recyclers. …

20,000th Container Recycled! Read More »

Our Education for Conservation Program is well underway at Illoirero Primary School. Yesterday Mazingira Club students learnt about significant species, threats and how we can help manage them. Through knowledge, comes understanding and from understanding comes action!

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