"Teens in Nigeria shows their parents another alternative sources of protein by demonstrating a snail pen for hunters in the area to replicate in order to save the critically endangered Cross River gorilla for bush meat."
Nice to hear from you and thanks for appreciating my work. I hope you know I am a nigerian working with teens to save our planet earth. it will be good to continue sharing our experience and I look forward to keep our communication…"
Reducing deforestation to save critically endangered Cross River gorilla from extinction
The adult adviser involved children and youth living within Cross River gorilla ranges in south-eastern Nigeria on awareness campaign against the hunting of endangered species for bush meat, wrong farming practices and inter-schools competitions to create understanding about how the ecosystem function. He also involve teens on non-timber forest product domestication, tree planting in degraded areas of land and campaign against littering
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Nice to hear from you and thanks for appreciating my work. I hope you know I am a nigerian working with teens to save our planet earth. it will be good to continue sharing our experience and I look forward to keep our communication line.
Last Tuesday the head education director of The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP for short), Kim Estes, came in as a guest speaker, invited by the environmental club. The main topic of her presentation was water supply and wastewater…
"well, I'm doing individual creative work, but am also head of my school's environmental club. We emailed prospect park zoo a couple of months ago, as I attended the teen internship in 2011, asking if we could take a look at what I and my…"
It looks like you have a lot of great projects in the works-
Which of your developments are you most excited about in the upcoming months?
Let me know if the zoo can help you in any way.