Madagascar: Part One: We partner with Chester Zoo to help save the Lemurs

Craghoppers is proud to support Chester Zoo with their conservation projects. Our latest venture, which focuses on Madagascar, aims to help protect the wild lemurs in the rainforest. Join us as we embark on a series of blogs to bring you all of the news from the rainforest and a behind the scenes glance of our latest conservation project.

Recently, our representative Jenny Carew joined the Chester Zoo team to meet the real people behind these projects and give you an insight into an area of the rainforest that has not yet been open to tourists!

Craghoppers support schemes such as these as part of our Honesty Project which aims to enhance the lives of those touched by our business and minimise our impact on the environment.

Sharing this common goal and through the partnership, Craghoppers also support the work of Chester Zoo’s project partners, Madagasikara Voakajy, a Madagascan based, biodiversity organisation dedicated to supporting wildlife, especially species which are endangered due to poaching or deforestation.

So, join Jenny this month as she takes you on her journey to Madagascar, on an expedition packed full of adventure, whilst searching tree tops for lemurs to discovering black widow spiders in camp.

Want to follow the Madagascan journey? Never miss an update by getting the story sent straight to your inbox, by signing up to the subscriber bar at the bottom of this page > www.craghoppers.com

Share this post:Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Pin on Pinterest
Pinterest

2 Comments

  1. Richard Atkinson

    Send details of how we can donate to the project.
    Well done Craghoppers.

    • Jennifer Carew

      Thank you Richard. You can donate directly to the zoo via their Act For Wildlife webpage.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.