Trees planted in Madagascar to date: 115,163

The Lost World

Serendipity Wikipedia describes Serendipity as meaning  a “happy accident” or “pleasant surprise”; specifically, the accident of finding something good or useful while not specifically searching for it. This was the case last weekend in Madagascar. Even in a land where 90% of the forests have been decimated leaving a sea…

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Visions of GREENdeur

Madagascar is an incredible island with over 80% of plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. It is also the home of all the lemurs. 90% of the forests have been destroyed and yet it is still one of the world’s hotspots for bio-diversity. The people of Madagascar are…

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