Reforestation of burnt and cleared areas is an essential part of our work. Replanting trees prevent soil erosion, restores wildlife habitats and reduces fire risks; it engages local communities in conservation, and it contributes to the global fight to stop climate change.
We support and empower community-led initiatives to protect forest and biodiversity, including anti-logging patrols, fire-fighting teams, environmental education, and the replanting and restoration of damaged forests. All donations support these on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Like everyone else, BNF is having to deal with the extraordinary global situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our highest priority is the safety and well-being of our staff, their families and the communities we work with, and the wildlife we study. We are therefore taking a variety of steps to help safeguard these.
‘The Little Gibbon Who Lost His Song’, published by Borneo Nature Foundation, is now available to buy on Amazon. The book tells the story of Little Gibbon who becomes separated from his family in thick, black smoke from a forest fire. Who will help save the forest? And will Little Gibbon be reunited with his family?
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Early Age Environmental Education is the Key to the Sustainability of Kalimantan’s Forests
Palangka Raya, November 30th 2020 — The future of forest ecosystems in Central Kalimantan is very much dependent on the younger generation’s awareness of forest sustainability. Therefore, holistic environmental education…