News and Blog

On the State of Madagascar Conservation at the End of 2020, Looking Forward

James Herrera, Ph.D., Program Coordinator for DLC-SAVA Conservation. Published December 28, 2020. Madagascar is a natural and cultural treasure. With over 20,000 known plants and animals found nowhere else on earth, it is one of the biologically richest places on Earth. We continue to discover new species every day (1). Similarly, the diversity of cultures […]



Choose Us for a Year-end Charitable Donation

Searching for a special purpose for a tax-deductible, year-end donation? Choose the Duke Lemur Center! Give now or visit our donations homepage for more information on how your gift makes a difference in our work to care for, protect, and learn from lemurs, Earth’s most threatened group of mammals. Your gift means more than ever […]



Make a Gift in Honor of Someone You Care about!

What’s the perfect last-minute gift that also helps the Duke Lemur Center? A donation in any amount—and you can choose to honor someone you care about with your donation, too! Just include your loved one’s name and email address in the “in honor” fields during your gift checkout, and he or she will be notified […]



Regenerative Agriculture in Madagascar: Support from General Mills

By Charlie Welch, DLC Conservation Coordinator We are extremely pleased to report that DLC-SAVA Conservation was recently awarded a grant from General Mills to support project activities related to regenerative agriculture! The grant will fund DLC-SAVA regenerative agriculture and professional development in collaboration with CURSA, the university in the SAVA region. The award will support […]