SAVE THE FROGS! will have an informational table and an art creation station at the San Francisco Green Festival, the nation's largest and most diverse sustainability event in the United States. This event is located at the SF Concourse Exhibition Center, located at 638 8th St. (at Brannan). SAVE THE FROGS! will be located in the "Kid Zone". Come out, make some frog art, and have a great time at the Festival!
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will be giving a presentation on amphibian conservation and the importance of art in the environmental conservation movement to the students of the School of Visual Arts, Nature and Technology Lab's "Introduction to Bioart" class in New York City. Enquiries can be sent to bio-artist Brandon Ballengee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger gave a presentation on "The Wild World of Frogs" to the 4th graders of the Caedmon School.
"Dear Dr. Kerry, I heard you did a fantastic job today and you were a huge hit with the class. Thank you very much for making the effort.
-- Dee Dee Scarborough
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will be giving a presentation on "Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century" in New York's Central Park on Sunday, November 17, 11am at The Arsenal Gallery, 5th Avenue at 64th Street, NYC. Dr. Kriger's presentation will be 15 minutes, following Pete Warny's talk on turtles as part of the NYTTS meeting. Come learn about frogs and turtles and say hello!
SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey will be talking to the students of Roosevelt School about The Wild World of Frogs. Open to students, staff and parents.
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will be discussing frogs live on 107.3FM KOWS with Arnold Levine, 7:10pm-8pm PST. Broadcasting from Sonoma CA and streaming at www.kows.fm
SAVE THE FROGS! and our neighbors are opening our doors to the public for a night of fun and festivities at the brand new SAVE THE FROGS! Education Center! Join SAVE THE FROGS! in celebrating the season with food, drinks, live music and a free raffle. Bring your friends or meet new ones from the Ecology Center, Sierra Club, Golden Gate Audubon, Yoga Room and more. You will have the opportunity to learn about frogs, speak one-on-one with staff, and purchase some fabulous frog-friendly merchandise! This event will be held at 5pm on December 13th and is located at 2524 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702. See you there, 5-8pm! Here is the Meetup.com announcement.
SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will be giving presentations on "Amphibian Conservation in the 21st Century" to Troy High School's AP Environmental Science Classes and Environmental Club.
SAVE THE FROGS! needs your help on April 4th. We're asking you to help SAVE THE FROGS! by spending 44 minutes fundraising for the frogs this April 4th (4/4)! If you can't fundraise, please donate $44! Learn about 4/4 Forty-Four: 44 Minutes For The Frogs!
Mark your calendars and start planning your 2014 Save The Frogs Day event: The 6th Annual Save The Frogs Day will be Saturday, April 26th, 2014.
You are cordially invited to join SAVE THE FROGS! on a 10-day eco-tour of Belize June 19th through July 28th, 2014! Belize is a wonderful little country located east of Guatemala and nestled beneath the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. Like many countries in Central America, Belize is a hotspot of biodiversity. Belize is home to 37 amphibian species, as well as an array of bats, birds, lizards, corals and other amazing wildlife. The trip will be led by SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey and SAVE THE FROGS! Ecologist Kathlyn Franco. We will also be accompanied by Mayan naturalists and field guides. This will be an unforgettable tropical adventure!
Conceived and coordinated by SAVE THE FROGS!, the goal of the International Take A Hike Day is to get people outside! When people love nature they are much more willing to protect nature. But as habitats get destroyed and technology consumes more of our time, the disconnect between people and nature grows. In the 21st century, making sure we spend time outdoors is more important than ever...plus hiking is enjoyable and healthy! So please mark your calendar for the 2nd Annual International Take A Hike Day! All you have to do to take part is go for a hike or spend some time in the great outdoors. You'll reconnect with your roots and remember what is at stake if we don't act quickly to protect nature and wildlife. We encourage all hiking and wildlife groups to arrange hikes on August 16th and spread the word about the International Take A Hike Day. Don't worry if you don't have a local group, just go for a hike by yourself or with some friends and family.