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Keynote Guest Speaker

Grant Fowlds grew up in the Eastern Cape and is fluent in Xhosa and Zulu. He’s experienced the beauty of the African landscape and devastation wreaked upon its wildlife 1st hand.


For the past 6 months Fowlds has been working closely with the National Park of the DRC (ICCN), which has been ravaged by war and destruction. The role: rebuild, plan, fund, and reintroduce wild game into the parks. In addition to this, he promotes rhino education through art - The Rhino Art Project knows no age or physical boundaries. The project aims to create awareness and reduce demand in Asian countries via schools, tertiary departments, and education centers.


Fowlds will meet with Asian leaders in Hanoi, Vietnam in October 2015, bringing with him petitions against wildlife crime and poaching collecting from his international events.


Rhino Art Project: Let the Children's Voices Be Heard


The objective of the Rhino Art Project, is to gather the largest number of children's 'Art Voices' ever recorded in support of Rhino Protection, and to use these 'Hearts and Minds' messages from the children of Africa, as a worldwide call to action against Rhino poaching.

World Youth Rhino Summit


South Africa

The World Youth Rhino Summit’s goal is to engage future leaders in rhino/wildlife conservation & protection strategies and empower delegates to become local, national and international Ambassadors for wildlife & conservation and influence policy at local, state, national and international levels.


Kashmir World Foundation Delegates, Julia Chirite & Arthur Tisseront represented the United States of America at the World Youth Rhino Summit 2014 to speak out against wildlife poaching and trafficking through the use of Kashmir Robotics fully autonomous Counter Poaching Drones.

Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge

National Geographic

The worldwide Wildlife Conservation unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Challenge (wcUAVc) to foster innovation and invention in the design, fabrication, and utilization of unmanned aircraft to assist with counter poaching and illicit wildlife trafficking.


In just a few months with 140 teams in 30 countries the wcUAVc become the world’s largest and most distributed aircraft research effort. It calls on students, hobbyists, and academics to cooperate in a design, build, fly challenge that emphasizes the integration of sensors,

ABC News

DaVinci Challenge: Build a Drone Workshop was created to encourage US students of all ages to participate in a mission focused innovative and hands-on workshop to learn the basics of drone design, fabrication, robotic systems integration, 3D printing, and piloted and autonomous flying techniques.


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