Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia

 A pictorial from the recent visit of Dr. Dieter Hoffmann, Head of the Global Land Department at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia

                        SCNL Honors Visiting Outgoing RSPB Senior Staff  

Promises RSPB’s Commitment To Keep Working With SCNL For The Continuous Growth Of The Organization It was a time of reflection, interaction, appreciation, honoring, and knowledge sharing when Dr. Dieter Hoffmann, Head of the Global Land Department at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) recently visited the Society for the Conservation of …

Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL)

Pictorial/Field Brief Report from Gbarpolu and Grand Cape Mount Counties SCNL and the European Union (EU) delegation on March 4-8, 2022, visited the project to see how it is being implemented. This gave the opportunity for the team to personally interact with local community ‘members, eco-guards, and SCNL’s field staff.

SCNL And Partners Hold Talks On Long-Term Vision On The Upper Guinean Forest

            Compiling ideas for the upkeep of West Africa’s Forest It was an interactive, and fruitful workshop when the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), with support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), joined other partners in Accra, Ghana to discuss the long-term vision for the rich Guinean Forest. From June …

SCNL Through CEPF Supports Artisanal And Small-Scale Miners In Northern Liberia

Encouraging safe mining, while protecting the forest It was a scene of jubilation and huge excitement when several Artisanal and Small-Scale Miners gathered at Kongbor and Camp Alpha, Gbarpolu County respectively to receive mining equipment from the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL). With support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), …

SCNL Attends A Two-Day Legal Working Group (LWG) Meeting In Bong County

The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) as Co-Chair, along with the entire NGO-Coalition Management Team attended a two-day Legal Working Group (LWG) Meeting in Gbarnga, Bong County. The meeting was organized by the Heritage Partners Association (HPA) and Client Earth with funding from the UK Government under the MFGAP Project. The …

Ministry Of Mines & Energy Expresses Willingness To Preserve The Kpo Mountain

            Constructive engagement gains result… The Government of Liberia (GoL) through its Ministry of Mines and Energy (M&E) has committed to working with the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) and partners to preserve part of the Kpo Mountain void of current mining claims in Gbarpolu County. The commitment was made at the Liberia Forest Sector Project …

SCNL Through PAPFor Project Awards Full Scholarships To Masters’ Students

        … Advancing education for the conservation of nature Nature’s conservation involves the managing of natural resources, preventing exploitation of the forest, and protecting wildlife. This can however be achieved by educating citizens willing to take on the challenge. At the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), providing higher education to deserving …

SCNL’s Microloan Program Changing Lives In Forest Edge Communities

            Empowering women and discouraging deforestation  Conserving the forest involves finding an alternative livelihood for forest community dwellers. The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) understands that with the provision of an alternative livelihood, forest preservation can be achieved.  As part of its many projects helping to transform the lives of forest …

              SCNL Takes Tourists To The Elephant Falls

                  Advertising the Elephant Falls for future business The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SNCL) is working along with the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) to improve the Elephant Falls in Grand Cape Mount County for future business ventures. The conservation organization continues to attract tourists to the beautiful site for exposure. Months …

SCNL And REDD+ Visit Elephant Falls                     Exploring nature in Western Liberia

In continuation of branding the Elephant Falls to international partners and tourists through an exchange of information between visitors and non-visitors, the National Coordinator of REDD+, Saah A. David, along with a team from SCNL visited Gola Forest National Park to showcase the ‘wonders and beauties’ of the Elephant Falls that consists of wildlife, and …

         SCNL Clears Elephant Falls Eco-Tourism Road

             Maintaining sanity, and attracting tourists At conservation sites across Liberia, due to its rich nature, vegetation continues to grow.  With help from the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), these conservation sites are being maintained. Early this year, SCNL carried out a re-clearing of Eco-tourism Road leading to Elephant Falls in …

Exchange Visit Takes Three SCNL Staff To Tanzania

Exploring opportunities to strengthen the implementation of the Darwin Project The Society for the Conversation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), as part of an effort to keep improving on the implementation of projects, and developing new ideas, with support from Birdlife International, early this year sent three of its staff to Tanzania to share experiences …

SCNL’s Microloan Program Changing Lives In Forest Edge Communities

            Empowering women and discouraging deforestation  Conserving the forest involves finding an alternative livelihood for forest community dwellers. The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) understands that with the provision of an alternative livelihood, forest preservation can be achieved.  As part of its many projects helping to transform the lives of forest …

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