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It is an annual event, which starts at the last week of August and ends during the first week of September, and the event coincides with the Annual Gorilla Naming ceremony. This annual celebration seeks to engage the community (and everyone) in National Park Service recreational activities and stewardship that benefit their local communities and volcanoes national park home, to the last surviving mountain gorillas, and it emphasizes the community’s role in conservation and strengthening opportunities for the local community to show their support and commitment for permanently protecting our natural, cultural, and recreational resources and inspire the next generation of stewards. The week-long Culture Festival provides an opportunity for people to deepen their understanding of our culture and the efforts made by the locals to protect the endangered mountain gorillas.
Tree planting festival is an event that takes place every Saturday of the first week of the month, Join us at Red rocks center and get to plant Indigenous, tree/Plants with our community, who are more compassion to share their story with you and have joyfulness after, the local community have been encouraged to have some seedbeds around their homes, where we go and purchase them, then plant them in different places, as we make our world go green, and conserve our nature, for the future generation, please join us as we keep our world green
This exhibit sheds light on the history of gorilla conservation and their plight today. Local artists promote Gorilla conservation and find economic opportunity by selling their artworks to tourists who visit the mountain gorillas. The artists add weaving and carving as part of their artworks in order to improve the lives of their families and economic empowerment, purchase your own T.shirts or for your friend, from our artists.
Engage in the storytelling on how the initiatives got into the research of endangered plants and trees and how far we have gone in the conservation efforts. Stories in preventing the loss of biodiversity, restoring ecosystem health and improving the quality of life for the local and global communities.
Learn more about environmental conservation and preservation of cultural heritage for tourism development in the Nyakinama , area of the Northern province of Rwanda. The perception of human societies of their environment is largely driven by our unique culture and cultural practices.
The event recognizes the connection between the health of people, animals, and the environment, explores our shared biodiversity and how all living things are interconnected through arts that talk for animals that cannot speak for themselves.