Through hands on adventure
Freeland Nature Camps
Freeland Nature Camps provide real life learning experiences that explore how humans can live in harmony with nature. Participants learn hands-on field ecology, large mammal protection, forest preservation, outdoor adventure, and living interactions with local cultures.
With current camp programs in Zhonglu, China and Khao Yai National Park in Thailand, and camps planned for Ranthambhore and Corbett National Parks in India, at Masai Mara National Park in Kenya, Kruger National Park in South Africa, and the Pantanal in Brazil, the Freeland Nature Camp program provides a global platform for youth conservation education. Learn more here.
Freeland TV is a series of short documentaries exposing current international wildlife and human trafficking issues, exploring solutions, and showcasing the strategies which we and our partners are using to address these urgent matters. Learn more here.
Everything you need to protect wildlife and habitats.
The materials in this toolkit benefited significantly from financial and technical inputs from ASEAN and its 10 Member States in Southeast Asia; Lusaka Agreement Task Force and its member agencies in Africa; Blue Moon Fund; and the Government of the United States. Access the Wildlife Protection Toolkit here.
This toolkit has been designed to help educate members of the aviation industry about wildlife trafficking, how it exploits the aviation sector and how aviation staff can help. All communication tools can be downloaded instantly or on request (for some high resolution and design files) and all can be used free of charge.
These tools are designed for a range of inter-industry communication occasions on different platforms. Whether you are giving a presentation and looking for factually reliable, powerful slides, giving an interview or speech and looking for key talking points, updating your intranet with new FAQs or simply looking for some attention grabbing photos, you might find something here. Access the Aviation Toolkit here.