Peanut Shells & Primates - Ugandan Wildlife and Oakland Zoo

Rebecca Goldstone and Michael Stern speak on how farm waste can save Uganda’s wildlife.

The New Nature Foundation has been working to protect Uganda’s Kibale National Park in various capacities since 2002. With long-standing support from Oakland Zoo, the Kibale Fuel Wood Project and Kibale Eco Char Initiative focus on the fuel wood crisis, the largest threat to Uganda’s wildlife.

Date and Time

Sunday, October 13, 2013 from 6:30pm – 9:00 pm

Cost and Fees

Program Fee: $10.00 - $20.00 sliding scale.


Marian Zimmer Auditorium Please park in the Lower Parking Lot and proceed up the ramp to the Lower Entrance.


Tickets will be sold at the door.


Contact: Amy Gotliffe - Director, Conservation
Phone: (510)632-9525 x122

Additional Program Information

Come see photos, amazing Ugandan hand crafts, and hear the latest updates about this Oakland Zoo supported work. By empowering local community members to meet their energy needs in sustainable ways, habitat for chimpanzees, monkeys, bats, birds, elephants, antelopes and pigs is being protected.

Oakland Zoo is located at 9777 Golf Links Road, Oakland, CA 94605


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