Kibale Species extra thick, super strong magnet set. We were introduced to these 'Mighty Magnets' 20 years ago, fell in love and began collecting. We're so excited to be able to share these with you! Still completely handmade - from die cutting to pouring - in the USA by Lucy Lu. Made using recycled magnetic materials.
Since 1997, The Kasiisi Project has supported the conservation of Uganda’s Kibale National Park by supporting communities dedicated to protecting and stewarding their lands, waters and wildlife. With nearly half of Uganda’s population under age 15, young people have a significant role to play in preserving the country's natural resources, both now and in the future. Our program primarily targets the 8,000 children attending 16 forest-edge primary schools. By fostering a connection between education and conservation, we are informing and inspiring a new generation of Ugandan conservationists. Learn more about The Kasiisi Project at: https://www.kasiisiproject.org/
Thank you so much for shopping in behalf of The Kasiisi Project! 50% of your purchases helps us support and educate communities to protects Kibale's wildlife and habitats. Please remember to indicate 'The Kasiisi Project' as the beneficiary of your donation at check-out.
"Established in 1993, the 795-km2 park is mostly moist evergreen forest, but it supports other habitats as well, such as woodlands, grasslands and swamps. The park is home to over 60 mammal species, including 13 different types of primates. The park is perhaps best known for one particular primate, the chimpanzee, which is also one of our closest relatives. Kibale also has an incredible 375 varieties of birds, around 250 kinds of butterflies and 351 different trees. Some of these trees are over 200 years old and 180 feet tall. That’s roughly the size of a 16-story building!" [The Kasiisi Project]