Louisiana Lemur Foundation Mobile Education Booth
The Louisiana Lemur Foundation
is a non-profit organization based in southeast Louisiana that is committed to the conservation of the most endangered and most unique group of primates in the world: lemurs. The overall goal of LLF is to contribute to and participate in lemur conservation efforts both in the United States and Madagascar, the only place on Earth lemurs exist naturally. One of the ways LLF plans to do this is by presenting education and outreach programs to the public that teach about all things lemur and the importance of conservation and biodiversity in general. These presentations will be given at venues such as local festivals, youth camps, guest teaching a lesson in a school classroom, etc. We need YOUR
help to sustain this Mobile Education Booth
. There are several expenses that come along with this kind of program, including but not limited to: travel, set-up supplies (tables, chairs, tents), educational materials, and marketing costs to name a few. Any donation of funds is greatly appreciated by all of us at LLF. We hope that we can count on your support and partnership to help us reach our goal, establishing the Louisiana Lemur Foundation Mobile Education Booth!
Please visit our website, www.louisianalemurs.org
, to learn more about the Louisiana Lemur Foundation!
Picture: The LLF Team visits the Lemur Conservation Foundation
) in Florida, November 2018.
Left to right: Samantha Zarin, Jamie Marks, Melissa Passman, Tina Aust, Jessica Meyer