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Update & Photos from the SAVA

More stoves in use means fewer trees cut for fuel  By Charlie Welch, DLC Conservation Coordinator   DLC-SAVA Conservation is fortunate to have third-year Peace Corps volunteer Libby Davis working with us in a collaborative role! Libby did her first two years with the Peace Corps in the SAVA region, then chose to stay on […]



A Tale of Two Feces: Field Work in Marojejy

By Lydia Greene, DLC researcher and Duke Ph.D. student Feces is seldom the most palatable topic to discuss around the dinner table, but for lemur researchers, it’s often unavoidable. Take, for example, a recent mission to Marojejy National Park conducted by myself and DLC/SAVA project coordinator, Marina Blanco. We went to Marojejy together to collect […]



How SAS Helped Save a Baby Lemur’s Life

By Colin Warren-Hicks for the Durham Herald-Sun View the original article HERE. DURHAM, N.C. – SAS saved a baby lemur. Well – to clarify – SAS data management programing played a major part in helping to save the life of a rare but ailing newborn aye-aye lemur named Agatha. That’s what Anne-Lindsay Beall, editor of the Customer […]



How A Summer of Lemurs and Analytics Helped Me Find My Voice

By Briana Ullman, Corporate Creative Intern at SAS and student at NC State University RALEIGH, N.C. — Never in my life could I have imagined myself talking about data analysis just inches away from a lemur – and as a part of my job. And honestly, this was only one of the many incredible things that have happened […]