Our Social Media for the 2017 conference has not yet commenced. See below for our regular INTO updates.
OUR LATEST FACEBOOK POSTINGS
African Wildlife Foundation
"Esmond Bradley Martin was a passionate individual who contributed tremendously not only to the conservation community, but governments all over the world in his devotion in highlighting ivory and rhino horn smuggling.” - Kaddu Sebunya, President of AWF.
Amboseli Trust for Elephants
Esmond Bradley Martin was a tireless investigator of the rhino horn and elephant ivory trade. No one has comes close to what he did in revealing the routes, the markets, the prices and in many cases the traders in ivory and rhino horn. His work was instrumental in the closing of the ivory trade in China. We have lost a true conservationist and for many of us working in conservation here in Kenya, we have lost a friend.
National Trust - Trelissick
Here's a time-lapse of last week's bridge installation, making all that painstaking, inch-by-inch precision work look like a breeze. Evolution Limited once again did an excellent job with the (very) heavy lifting.
It's thanks to them, bridge craftsman Tom Beer and our own dedicated garden team that we now have this beautiful new feature for generations to come to enjoy. Most of all, thank you to everyone who has lent their support to the fundraising campaign to keep Trelissick garden together - http://bit.ly/TKbridge