Great Plains co-founder, Beverly Joubert, has launched Art for Rangers, allowing people to buy signed limited edition prints from the private art collection of the award-winning filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer.

All the proceeds will go to Project Ranger, an initiative established by Beverly and her husband Dereck Joubert’s charity Great Plains Foundation.

Beverly Joubert said, “Project Ranger is an initiative Dereck and I started to provide critical funding to help save local rangers’ jobs and stop the increasing poaching during COVID and I wanted to also give something in return for everyone’s support, something as a reminder of the fact that we can’t do conservation in isolation in this era of collaboration.”

To date Project Ranger has funded over 130 rangers on the frontline of conservation and preventing poaching across seven countries.


Art for Rangers by Beverly Joubert


You might consider Art for Rangers as a Christmas present for wildlife enthusiasts or anyone wanting to support a charitable cause.

Original A3 prints cost $250 including international shipping. Each image is limited to 10 prints, and orders must be placed by 15 December on Art for Rangers to be received by Christmas. To purchase or for more information, click here.


You might also like to consider our suggestions for Sustainable Christmas Gifts for Gourmets.


The full selection of Art for Rangers prints can be viewed here. Great Plains is a leading eco-tourism company with safari camps in Botswana, Kenya and Zimbabwe. It was founded in 2006 by award-winning National Geographic Explorers, filmmakers and conservationists Beverly and Dereck Joubert.

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