The second Shea 2012: Shared Value field trip takes you comfortably the length of Benin - from Cotonou to Bohicon, where Fludor processes shea nuts, cotton seed and palm nuts. Then you will travel north to Parakou, crossing through the shea parklands where thousands of shea trees are traditionally managed and village women's groups make shea butter according to time-tested techniques. After a night in Parakou, you will continue to Tanguieta and Pendari National Park, one of West Africa's most enticing displays of wildlife. Elephants and lions roam the park. We've arranged everything - all you have to do is sign up on the online registration form! Or contact the Global Shea Alliance secretariat - firstname.lastname@example.org!