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Memberships for Conservation Organizations and Research Groups

Memberships for Conservation Organizations and Research Groups

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Learn how to join our network as a conservation organization or research group.

Our network includes over 60 organizations working in Madagascar to protect wildlife and support Malagasy people. Membership is free for conservation organizations and research groups.

Conservation members use our platforms to promote their work and share information with the professional conservation community.


for Conservation Organizations and Research Groups

Conservation members receive:

  • Profile page on our website
  • At least two social media posts per year on LCN’s channels about your organization
  • One Malagasy Lemurs! card game per field site in Madagascar, including instructions for six games. Organizations with only one field site receive two card games.

Eligibility for Other Benefits

  • Promotion of members supported by Conservation Allies’ matching campaign. In 2022, LCN members received 275% more donations than non-LCN members due to our promotion.
  • Members can create blog posts and contribute content for social posts on LCN’s platforms
  • Members can apply for financial support for small projects. Financial support is not guaranteed and is based on amount of donations and supporting memberships that LCN receives each year.

Active members receive the most benefits!

We encourage members to regularly send us photos and updates. This helps us share your work more often and update your profile with your latest achievements.


We ask all conservation members to commit to celebrating World Lemur Day — through social posts, public relations, hosting an event, or any way you can!

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Send an email to to inquire about becoming a zoo member. Once you receive confirmation, you will be asked to help prepare your profile page.

Kids in the village outside Masoala National Park enjoy playing LCN's card game, provided for free to conservation organizations in Madagascar.