Stand for Lemurs

  Stand for Lemurs on World Lemur Day, October 29 Celebrate the World Lemur Festival October 29-31 Lemurs and humans are primates. Lemurs have ten fingers and ten toes. Humans have ten fingers and ten toes, too. The island of Madagascar may only have 10% of its natural vegetation remaining. On World Lemur Day, October […]

Lenovo + Lemurs = Love

October 1, 2015 —┬áThis is a repost of a blog hosted on the Lenovo Blog. Over two days, team members from Lenovo’s Triangle office volunteered at the Lemur Center. Lenovo was even generous enough to donate 10 YOGA 2 tablets to the Lemur Center for staff to use. DLC volunteer and Lenovo employee Sandra Strenka […]

DLC featured by local real estate partner!

We were recently featured in an article, Duke Lemur Center: Scientists Studying Our Distant Cousins at the Duke Lemur Center. If you’re interested in North Carolina Real Estate, check out what they have to offer for Durham, NC Homes for Sale.

Madagascar Bleeds

During the summer of 2015, the DLC brought a student from the North Carolina School of Science and Math to participate in education program activities. Caleb Caton joined the team and led tours, maintained the tour path and gardens, and he wrote this blog report on a topic of his choosing – erosion in Madagascar. […]