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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana to represent CONAMA at Atewa

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s Associate Executive Director, Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi has been selected to represent the Coalition of NGOs Against Mining in Atewa (CONAMA) within the Atewa District. She will work together with A ROCHA Ghana’s representatives to assess and report on progress work in promoting Atewa Range Forest Reserve as an area for: • The […]

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An open letter to the CA Fish & Game Commission regarding their use of plastic bottles

Please read this open letter from SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger to the California Fish & Game Commission regarding the Commisioners’ use of publicly-funded plastic bottled water at Commission meetings.  

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Saving The Frogs in 2015

A Letter from SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger I am excited to be saving frogs with you in 2015 and hope your year is off to a great start. The SAVE THE FROGS! movement has grown significantly since 2008 and I am confident that with your support and involvement, this will be a fabulous […]

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Action Alert! Help stop the bullfrog importation

The American Bullfrog is a harmful non-native invasive species in California that spreads disease and eats native wildlife. The frogs are imported into the state by the millions and cause huge ecological damage to the state’s wildlife and ecosystems. On February 12th, 2015 the California Fish and Game Commission will be receiving a presentation from […]

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Save The Frogs in Florida

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will give two free presentations in southern Florida this weekend. We hope you can attend one or pass this email on to your interested friends and colleagues. January 10th, 2015: Big Pine Key, FL SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger will give a presentation on “Amphibian Conservation in the […]

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LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics donates $23,910 to help us build wetlands for frogs

We are very happy to announce that LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics has donated $23,910 to SAVE THE FROGS! These funds will enable us to Re-Frog America and educate students and teachers about amphibians by building wetlands at schools. Since launching their Charity Pot program in 2007, LUSH Cosmetics has donated more than $5,800,000 to over 600 […]

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Preventing Amphibian Roadkills in Ankasa Conservation Area, Ghana

Volunteers both are needed to help SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana conduct amphibian surveys and rescue operations for amphibians vulnerable to roadkills at the Ankasa Conservation Area (ACA) starting from 12th – 18th December, 2014.

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Bridging the gap between Environmental Conservation & Animal Rights

Animals have rights but most animal rights activists focus their efforts on domesticated animals rather than wild animals living on the edge of extinction. It would be great if we could channel those activists’ passion towards the animals in most need of assistance: the frogs! Watch SAVE THE FROGS! Ecologist Michael Starkey speak at the […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! wins $1,000 grant from Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc.

Thank you to the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc. for awarding SAVE THE FROGS! with $1,000 to assist our wetland construction efforts! We look forward to continuing our wetland efforts in northern California March 22-28, 2015 and invite you to attend a Wetland Construction Workshop that week and help us Re-Frog America! www.savethefrogs.com/wetlands Want this design […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana-KNUST Chapter Members on Frogs Saving Spree

Members of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana KNUST Chapter, the world’s first international university chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!, are embarking on a massive frog conservation education at local communities in the Kumasi Metropolis this Saturday, 8th November 2014. The members will educate the local people about the plight of frogs, and how to organize amphibian […]

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