Recently the Chairman of Lowveld Rhino Trust, Clive Stockil, was awarded the Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa by the Prince himself, who has been the Royal Patron for Tusk since 2005. This is the first time that this award is being presented and our congratulations go to Clive on this well deserved award.
"Tusk is a small, dynamic organisation with twenty-two years experience initiating and funding conservation, community development and environmental education programmes across Africa."
"The Prince William Award, sponsored by Investec Asset Management, was presented to Clive Stockil for his groundbreaking work as one of Africa’s great conservation pioneers – a man who recognised four decades ago the critical need to engage local communities in conservation and deliver tangible benefits to ordinary people living alongside wildlife. In 1992, Stockil was also the driving force behind the creation of Africa’s then largest private conservancy in the Savé Valley, Zimbabwe, which is now home to one of the country’s largest rhino populations."
For more information on Tusk and the work they do, as well read Clive Stockil's Acceptance Speech you can visit www.tuskusa.com