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Brian Badger, CCF's Director of Conservation and Outreach, will deliver a lecture on holistic conservation, an approach that considers the role of communities, history, economies and education in species conservation. Though Brian’s focus is the cheetah, an animal not native to North Texas, his aim is to educate the public about an approach to conservation that can be applied anywhere. Date: April 27, 2017 Time: 7:00-8:00pm Audience: All ages – those under the age of 14 must be accompanied by…Find out more »
Join CCF founder Dr. Laurie Marker at the WCN Spring Expo in San Rafael, CA. A welcome by address by Charles Knowles/Dr. Laurie Marker 10:00–11:00 Schedule of events Admission: $50 General Admission · $25 Students Tickets will be on sale on March 1, 2017. To purchase tickets, please visit wildnet.org/events or call 415-202-6380. Tickets will also be available at the door starting at 9am.Find out more »
Join CCF's Director of Conservation and Outreach Brian Badger for a presentation on holistic conservation hosted by Red River AAZK and Frank Buck Zoo. Where: First State Bank Center for Performing Arts at NCTC When: April 29th @ 7 PM Cost: $5 for adults. Free for students Admission taken at the doorFind out more »
The Howland Cultural Center and CCF present - What Do We Mean By Conservation? A lecture event with CCF's Director of Conservation and Outreach, Brian Badger. May 5th at 7:30 Tickets are $10 TicketsFind out more »
CCF’s 19th Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner July 7, 2017 A Celebration of Speed and Elegance 2017 Please join us at our annual celebration, honoring the cheetah and individuals who make a difference in cheetah conservation. More info TBA For bookings and further information contact: Heike Stackmann 067-304806 / 081-8197976 or email@example.com fax: 067-304430Find out more »
Colorado State University and The Cheetah Conservation Fund are co-hosting the 2018 Pathways Africa Conference and Training (Namibia) in partnership with the Large Carnivore Management Association of Namibia and the Namibia Nature Foundation. Pathways will also offer a three-day training course (Jan. 6-8) in conjunction with the conference to improve leadership skills and provide information on how to engage entire communities in conservation efforts. Demonstrations of technologies that aid in species monitoring and workshops on mitigating conflict will be offered…Find out more »