Spreading conservation messages for the preservation of Liberia’s forests The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), and Wild Chimpanzee Foundation (WCF) hold the 6th edition of the Liberia Nature Talk, under the theme: “Protecting Liberia’s wildlife through community engagement and improved law enforcement”. SCNL’s mandate is to educate, encourage and assist civil […]
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
On January 28, 2021, the 1st regular meeting for Community Forest Working Group (CFWG)in 2021 was conducted at the Society for Conservation of Nature of Liberia office in Monrovia. Amongst the several agenda items for that day, the Normon and Tonglay clans Community Forest (CF) Status was discussed. SCNL under the GolaMA project has been
SCNL conducts a two days intensive workshop to validate freshwater Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) in Liberia to conserve and protect freshwater KBA species.
In collaboration with the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund #CEPF and #IUCN, SCNL hosted a two days workshop to validate Fresh water KBAs across Liberia. This was a critical working session that brought stakeholders including government entities (Forestry Development Authority- FDA, Environmental Protection Agency- EPA, National Fishery and Aquaculture Authority- NAFA) to revise the 4 Freshwater
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