Both the researcher Morgan Theron-Brown (University of Florida) and a researcher team of University of Warwick are building butterfly farming projects in the rainforest in order to protect the forest and its wildlife. Local communities who participate in butterfly farming have a better living standard due to fair-trade-prices and stop logging the forest.
Flourishing nature and human progress are not mutually exclusive; they strongly depend upon each other. A positive impact is inherent in the nature of butterfly farming. Discover KHAMAMA's artefacts and collections
Haute Art de Papillon uses butterflies which died naturally due to their short lifespan. All our creations are completely cruelty-free and on highest ethical standards. Butterfly farming itself protects the wildlife species and their habitats. We want to create more awareness for the beauty of butterflies and each KHAMAMA creation supports their protection.