A Collared Brown Lemur in the trees of Madagascar


Madagascar needs your help!

This unique island is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. After centuries of deforestation, its extraordinary wildlife is now under serious threat.

In the Vangaindrano District, just a single forest remains: Ankarabolava-Agnakatrika. It’s the last home of lemurs in this area.

By joining World Land Trust and the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Madagascar Programme (MBG-Madagascar), you can help to expand this precious habitat by 200 ha, restoring degraded land with 500,000 native trees.



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“What can I do as an Individual?”

“The thing to do is to facilitate local people owning and having responsibility for their land
and the success of WLT in bringing this about has been phenomenal.
It’s got that absolutely firmly in focus and that’s why I support WLT”

Sir David Attenborough explains in the video why he became a WLT Patron.


What We Do

Since its foundation in 1989, World Land Trust has funded partner organisations around the world to create reserves and give permanent protection to habitats and wildlife.


Will you Accept the mission?

Together we can save some of the last 7% of Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

Operation Ocelot has already helped to save Guatemala’s Laguna Grande and now WLT Patron Steve Backshall needs you for Mission Two!

Measure your school or any other space to create a target and raise money as a team – helping to protect tropical forests packed with hundreds of species in Brazil.

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Get Involved

Get involved and support World Land Trust. Whether you’re an individual or a business, there are many ways that you can help make a difference and protect the natural world.