Conservation

Tusk Grant Funds Opuwo Project

CCF received a grant from the TUSK Trust, a UK-based charitable organization that advances innovation to protect … Read more »

What We Learned From the Dirt Beneath Feet, Hooves, and Paws on the Savanna

Widespread rangeland degradation in Namibia has changed the landscape dramatically. Decades of farming has altered the soil … Read more »

Share The Cheetah Love!

Spread the cheetah love for Valentine’s Day! Donate $25 or more to CCF, in honor of a … Read more »

Minister Shifeta Opens Pathways Africa

Namibia’s Minister of Tourism and Environment, the Honorable Pohamba Shifeta, delivered a powerful opening address at Pathways … Read more »

2018 Resolutions

Thanks to all our CCF supporters and cheetah friends, we are starting off 2018 with the capability … Read more »

Isabelle Groc on WTIP Community Radio Podcast

Isabelle Groc is an environmental writer and conservation photographer based in Vancouver. She recently wrote an article … Read more »

Dr. Chris Brown – Lions, Conservancies, and HWC – Radio 99FM

This episode of the MYD Earth Show on Radio 99FM features Dr. Chris Brown, the CEO of … Read more »

CCF Research Centre Is Open to Everyone

Since 1990, CCF has envisioned to be an internationally recognized centre of excellence in research and education … Read more »

Frontline Conservation Presentations by CCF’s Brian Badger

CCF’s Director of Conservation & Outreach, Brian Badger is currently available for lectures and events in the … Read more »

Cheetah Essay Contest – “Why Should We Save Cheetahs?”

The essays below are unedited to reflect the voice of the original author. Emily Sugg #1 Cheetah … Read more »