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Why we celebrate World Ranger Day

Every day Rangers risk their lives to protect wildlife and wild places across the globe. Every year on 31 July, we pause to remember the Fallen Rangers who have died defending the natural world.  On 31st July, The Thin Green Line Foundation invites you stand with the World’s Rangers – remember Fallen Rangers, and honour the men and women on the frontline of conservation.   More than 150 Rangers lose their lives in the line of duty each year. Over 1,000 Rangers have been killed in the last decade.  Poachers and other illegal hunters and loggers are a major threat to Rangers along with militia...

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Warriors do battle at the Maasai Olympics

Warriors do battle at the Maasai Olympics

Images and text by Jeremy Goss/Big Life Foundation 13 December 2014 The chanting rippled through the early morning mist, a tangible vibration more than a sound. Maasai warriors preparing to clash, but on a sports field rather than a battleground. A herd of elephants...

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Launch of new school curriculum resources

Launch of new school curriculum resources

The Thin Green Line Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our new school curriculum project. These new curriculum resources will help teachers facilitate meaningful school projects and learning activities that will directly raise awareness of environmental...

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International Ranger Federation Awards 2014

International Ranger Federation Awards 2014

New awards to recognise the passion, dedication and inspiration of park rangers and frontline conservationists have been launched by the International Ranger Federation, with its partners The Thin Green Line Foundation and the International Union for Conservation of...

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