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Conservation Music shared their videofeeling excited in Maseru, Lesotho.
April 13

Hey guys! After seven days in Maseru, Lesotho we've rallied an exciting amount of local support from celebrities and other musicians, cultural influencers, and government. Help us to help Lesotho help the world! Every gift helps, even the cost of a cup of coffee, wherever you may be!

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April 2

Make a tax-deductible donation, and be part of a truly unique approach to environmental education!

MTN BUSHFIRE has been incredible so far! #crowdstudio is running well and we've had some great jams. Here's a shot from Alex Paullin's stint on the main stage, addressing a few thousand people about our work. Tomorrow we lead a jam on Stage 2. All the while recording at our booth! #bringyourfire #greenyourfire #conservationmusic

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Bushfire here we come! #bringyourfire #greenyourfire #crowdstudio
CM Spotlight: Interview with Teboho Mochaoa
CM Spotlight: Birth of a Movement: Conservation Music Lesotho
14 Reviews
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Danny Lurie
· February 9, 2017
Having collaborated with Alex and CM I have personally seen the positive impact of their work on the ground. A unique concept in environmental education and awareness that inspires and energizes local communities to take action. On top of that we're also gifted with original music!
Clifford Blum
· February 11, 2017
Conservation Music is doing great work to uplift individuals, communities, and the whole world through the healing power of music. Alex has inspired me to be a part of this movement--to uplift the world by uniting people through Conservation Music project and songs.
Rob Coutts
· February 9, 2017
Lead by a passionate musical philanthropist, I believe CM is a wonderful initiative that will only keep growing and growing. The challenges that CM tackle are s...ometimes insurmountable but they always emerge successful leaving communities changed for the better after being touched by CM's unique qualities. I can't wait to see CM in action again! See More
Tomeletso Sereetsi
· February 8, 2017
An excellent initiative! Music is one powerful tool that speaks to our need as humans to connect. And it can only be a cause as big as life itself when people and artists connect to save the planet - that's conservation music
Tsepo Nub Mohai III
· February 15, 2017
I love Alex's work, taught me a few tricks. I love the initiative and the message it drives through music, as we all know music is life
Teboho Mochaoa
· February 17, 2017
We need music not only to dance in clubs, but to pass important messages. Something African societies have been doing before the arrival of European cultures...
Mojabeng Moholi
· February 8, 2017
music has always been the best form of communication hence the initiative helps heal and educate the world.
David Ward
· February 8, 2017
What the world needs right now. Music, love, and environmental consciousness
Reekelitsoe Molapo
· February 15, 2017
A great initiative this is, and I'm looking forward to working with the team.
Christopher Volosevich
· February 9, 2017
A musical unification of people and ideas? Who wouldn't get behind that?
Cindy Paullin
· February 11, 2017
Extraordinary, Innovative, Impactful use of music.
David Thomas
· February 8, 2017
A fantastic cause by passionate and brilliant people.

This is so interesting. Save the whales, save the climate? They're great singers, too. ♫🌍

Sustainable Human

When whales were at their historic populations, before their numbers were reduced, it seems that whales might have been responsible for removing tens of millions of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere every year. Whales change the climate.

Congratulations to our friend Kasiva Mutua of The Nile Project!!!

An Egyptian micro biologist, Ugandan investigative journalist and Zimbabwean standup comedian are among the new class of 21 TEDGlobal Fellows.

We're in Joburg with Pitso Rah Makhula and Ntsoana-Tsatsi and we ran into Damo Mokgatla, another very talented musician. Looks like this afternoon we'll be tracking his percussion on our new song, "Manyabolo," a song about unity in the face of water scarcity and #climatechange! ♫🌍

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Big thank you to the African Politics and Policy blog for sharing our cause with their community! ♫🌍

An interesting non-profit organization Conservation Music, established by American Alex Paulinn with the aim “to produce and promote musical media...

Thanks Music Connection! Thanks MusicWorX! Thanks Rodger!

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Alex Paullin feeling thankful in Johannesburg, Gauteng.

Shoutout to Rodger Metelerkamp and Music Connection / MusicWorX for outfitting us with some awesome used gear at great prices! We are very grateful for their co...ntribution to the Conservation Music movement. This stuff will join us at our MTN BUSHFIRE #crowdstudio booth. In Jozi? Need music stuff? Go here!

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We wish we could be there already! Can't wait for MTN BUSHFIRE, just days away, where alongside a crowd 27,000 strong we will share our art to play our part!

#bringyourfire #greenyourfire #conservationmusic


Hey young fire-starters! Are you ready to bring your fire?

MTN Bushfire 2017 Schools Festival takes off on Monday, 22 May. The MTN Bushfire High Schools’ and the Primary Schools’ Festival, supported by MTN Swaziland and the European Union in Swaziland, brings to light the importance of the arts and underlines the various ways of using arts education to empower students through knowledge, self-expression, comprehensive environmental education and individualized action. This year the festival is projected to be a four-day event that engages teachers and students through creative arts methodologies, including workshops and performances. See you in 3 days! :) #BringYourFire

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A big thank you to Bill Lohmann of Richmond Times-Dispatch for this well written article about our origins, featuring our Founder Alex Paullin as well as Project Manager Christopher Volosevich. And thank you to Davie Young for an added perspective! Looking forward to future installments! ♫🌍

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The latest dispatch from Africa arrived from Alex Paullin:

Conservation Music is excited to welcome Teboho Mochaoa to our growing volunteam! Teboho, or "Stebu," as he's also known, will be assisting us with branding and social media, as well as deepening our network within the African music scene. Check out this quick reel of our chat with Teboho, have a listen to the sounds of Morena Leraba in the background, and if you're inspired to do so, please get in touch about how YOU can get involved in the movement!


MTN BUSHFIRE is next week, and we couldn't be more excited! We hope to see a bunch of you there, and don't forget to bring your fire!

Conservation Music

We are thrilled to be involved in MTN BUSHFIRE! This May 26-28, come see us in the Bring Your Fire Zone for discussions and collaborations about the theme of environmental sustainability. See you there! #bringyourfire #greenyourfire

I know the feeling! 😂

The Onion - America's Finest News Source

On Saturday, May 6 2017, a group of musicians and other creatives gathered in front of Conservation Music's HQ at Maseru's Music Mansion for a summit, activation, and workshop regarding the power of music to overcome Lesotho's dire environmental conditions. As an arid, montane, and developing country, the cards are stacked against Lesotho as Climate Change worsens.

1 out of 8 human beings on earth are already food insecure. In montane regions like Lesotho, the toll rises to 1 in 3. How do we inform Lesotho's 2 million residents of the coming storm, and educate them properly on how to adapt? We believe a major part of the answer lies in the hands of the musicians and those who can propel their voices further.

Learn more about our work in Lesotho, and join our upcoming Documentary film production, here: