Uniting for Impact
For three decades, the nonprofit Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group (MFG) has achieved this mission through a membership-based collaboration of zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, and related institutions.
The MFG operates Parc Ivoloina and has a partnership with Madagascar National Parks to conduct conservation research in the Betampona Natural Reserve.
Lemur Conservation Foundation and the MFG
The Lemur Conservation Foundation supports our programs as a Contributing Member institution providing Bronze Level support for our efforts. MFG can only achieve our mission with the long-term support of our Members.
Above: A collared lemur at LCF's Myakka City Lemur Reserve in Florida.
Far Left: Red-ruffed lemurs in the Lemur Reserve forest.
Left Top: LCF's Madagascar team distributing fuel efficient stoves.
Left Bottom: Mongoose lemur born at the Reserve.
From participating in international efforts for endangered plants and animals to reintroducing lemurs, the MFG supports diverse strategies to conserve biodiversity.
With a team of over 100 staff on the ground, we both operate long-term efforts like reforestation as well as respond quickly to care for wildlife in need.
The MFG Saturday School program provides supplemental instruction in mathematics, French, science, and environmental issues.
This help has enabled thousands of rural children to pass the exam to advance into secondary school.
And that gives a child hope and opportunities for a better life.
The global need to better understand nature has consequences from addressing emerging health crises to containing invasive species that cost economies billions of dollars.
Along with our own direct research, the MFG has staff expertise and existing infrastructure to assist numerous scientists in their diverse research efforts.
The MFG staff and scientific advisors mentor undergraduate and graduate students, teach classes and host workshops providing hands-on training, work with farmers to improve the quality and quantity of their harvests using available resources, and assist teachers in providing active learning strategies.
Meet the MFG
Found in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand, our Member institutions represent the diversity of cultures committed to working with each other and the people of Madagascar.
If you'd like to join Lemur Conservation Foundation and become a Member or donor, you'll be improving the lives of the people, plants, and animals of Madagascar.
Donate to Help Lemurs, People, and More!
These donation amounts are examples of how far your funds can go with the MFG. Donations are aggregated into our general funds to be sure your gift is put to use in the most cost efficient way possible to support our comprehensive mission.
Donate to the nonprofit Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group today
for a better Madagascar tomorrow.