Month: January 2018

Month: January 2018

A Letter from MEP C.E.O. Marc Goss

In the last quarter of 2017 Mara Elephant Project took some significant steps toward protecting elephants in the critically endangered Mau Forest, part of the greater Mara ecosystem. There was a serious logging issue discovered in this forest with the help of our existing partners Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), Narok County Government (NCG) and Kenya Forest Service (KFS) that needed to be addressed immediately in order to protect both the wildlife and habitat of this forest. MEP provided both … Continue reading.

Elephanatics Starts 2018 with A Donation to MEP

Support from Mara Elephant Project’s partner, Elephanatics, highlights their commitment through activism to elephant protection and ecosystem conservation. Our aligning missions couldn’t be more indicative of this, MEP’s mission is to protect elephants to conserve the greater Mara ecosystem in Kenya and Elephanatics’ mission is to assist global elephant conservation efforts by educating Canadians about issues of ivory poaching and habitat loss by connecting them directly with o… Continue reading.

Extraordinary Journeys Includes MEP HQ Visits

Mara Elephant Project is thrilled to announce that a stop at MEP HQ will be featured as a new option on Extraordinary Journeys African conservation tours! Extraordinary Journeys was founded by Marcia and Elizabeth Gordon, a mother-daughter team with decades of experience living and working in Africa. They are passionate about travel, conservation, nature and people, which has led them to announce a new collection of conservation-focused safaris in Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and South Africa. … Continue reading.