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Oldrich was born and raised in Pretoria, South Africa. He joined EWT in September 2017, as the manager of the Soutpansberg Protected Area, where he and his wife reside. As the manager of the EWT’s Soutpansberg Protected Area, of which the recently acquired Medike Nature Reserve, forms part of, Oldrich is tasked with establishing an […]



Alex Scott Antram is an environmental anthropologist with ten years’ of experience in nonprofit communications. She comes to Rainforest Trust from Texas where she directed the nature sanctuary at the head of the San Antonio River. Alex earned a master’s degree in ecological anthropology at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and during her […]


Curt Vander Meer Receives Conservation Leader Award from Rainforest Trust

Rainforest Trust honored Curt Vander Meer with an award recognizing his leadership in conservation on December 8th as part of our 30th Anniversary Celebration and Species Legacy Auction. The award was given to celebrate his vision and commitment to global conservation. Vander Meer accepting his award from Rainforest Trust CEO Paul Salaman, pictured with Lisa […]


Conservation Basics: The Spoon-billed Sandpiper is a Coffee Snob

Title photo courtesy of Bird Conservation Society of Thailand. Rainforest Trust’s work to protect habitats for threatened species is grounded in cutting-edge conservation science. But in this series, we explore the basics of conservation science and how they inform Rainforest Trust’s scientists. “I’ll take a single origin, double-espresso, one decaf, almond milk latte with a splash […]


Rolland Lahadison

Rolland is one of the forest patrollers from Andranomandry village within Mangabe-Ranomena-Sahasarotra Protected Area. Before 2012, Rolland was teaching in the Andranomandry primary school. Currently, he coaches the young lemur conservation ambassador teams in his village. He is particularly skilled in writing what he learns into songs and poems.


Voahirana Claudia Randriamamonjy

Voahirana is an Agronomist, passionate about nature and development. She joined Madagasikara Voakajy in 2010 and led the Mangabe project since 2015. In addition to coordinating the implementation of Mangabe’s management plan, she ensures harmonization of our activities with that of the Alaotra-Mangoro Region where the protected area is located.


Manuella Alhreen

Manuella graduated from Faculte des Lettres et Sciences Humaines. Before joining the Madagasikara Voakajy team, Manuella worked for several private companies.


Herson Andrianirina

Herson Andrianirina is the Project Manager for Madagasikara Voakajy projects in the DIANA region. He has worked for the Anjiabe project since January 2018. He is working on obtaining definitive status for the proposed Anjiabe-Beantely protected area over the next five years. He aims to promote the sustainable management of natural resources for the socio-economic […]