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Dr. Victor Luja wins Environmental Education Seed Grant

In October 2014, Dr. Victor H. Luja won a Seed Grant by Amphibian Specialist Group and the Amphibian Survival Alliance with the Project entitled “Environmental Education for the Conservation of Amphibians and Their Habitat in 5 Rural Communities in Nayarit, Western Mexico“. In November, Dr. Luja performed the first activity of the grant, giving a […]

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Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi Named SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Associate Executive Director

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana (hereafter STF! Ghana) announces the appointment of its first female Associate Executive Director, Ms Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi starting from January, 2015.   Ms Owusu-Gyamfi before the promotion, was the Programmes Co-ordinator of STF! Ghana where she was responsible for linking the organisation up with both Government and private institutions, organising amphibian conservation events, […]

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A thank you video from me to you

Please watch this video I recorded in the swamps of Congaree National Park, South Carolina earlier this month. Thank you to all our supporters worldwide who have helped us grow SAVE THE FROGS! into a worldwide movement and made 2014 such a successful year for us. We look forward to sharing many successes with you […]

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Thank you to Nurul Islam and SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh

SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh’s CVASU volunteers celebrated the 6th Annual Save The Frogs Day in April along with World Veterinary Day. Dr. Nurul Islam presentated on “Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare: Amphibian Perspective”. There were 120 participants including students, teachers and journalists on the rally that followed the seminar. Thank you to Nurul and 24 […]

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Rachel Hopkins wins the Governor of North Carolina’s Youth Conservationist of the Year award

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! supporter Rachel Hopkins for winning the Governor of North Carolina’s Youth Conservationist of the Year award! Rachel has been instrumental in getting legal recognition for Save The Frogs Day and for getting a state frog and salamander in North Carolina. Learn more here. From left to right, N.C. House of […]

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Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana wins $20,000 Award

I am excited to announce that the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund has awarded SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana a $20,000 grant to assist our efforts to save the critically endangered Giant Squeaker Frog(Arthroleptis krokusua) from extinction. With these funds, we will train and utilize local volunteers to remove the non-native invasive plant Chromolaena odorata from five hectares of the […]

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Volunteer Opportunity: Restore Habitat For Giant Squeaker Frogs in Ghana

There is a glimpse of hope at long last for the recovery of Ghana’s Critically Endangered Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua). From June 15-20th SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will remove an invasive weed (Chromalaena odorata) and replant native trees in the Giant Squeaker Frog’s only home at the Sui River Forest Reserve. We would need […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana KNUST Chapter Wins Award from UK Rufford Foundation

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana-KNUST, the world’s first university chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!, has won £6,000 (USD 10,000) award from the Rufford Foundation. The award will enable the team headed by Kojo Kwakye Ofori Amanfo (a Teaching Assistant and a chapter member) to carry out an amphibian monitoring and restoration project dubbed KNUST Wewe River […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! UWSP Chapter, a review of our first 2 years in Action!

Our student chapter of SAVE THE FROGS! was created in 2011 on the campus of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. UWSP has one of the largest populations of natural resource students in the nation, and was just recently placed on Princeton Review’s Green College Honor Roll for the third year in a row! Here […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Board Member Wins Top International Award!

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana board member Dr. Caleb Ofori-Boateng for winning the prestigious Future for Nature award. This award is only given to young, exceptionally talented and ambitious conservationists committed to protecting biodiversity. Such beneficiaries should also have shown the ability to inspire and influence communities, governments, investors, organizations and the general public in […]

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