Toad-ally Cool Math and Science Integration

This article written by:
Catherine E. Matthews, Professor Emerita, University of North Carolina Greensboro 
Melony Allen, Teacher, Andrews Elementary School, Burlington, North Carolina 
Lacey Huffling, Assistant Professor, Georgia Southern University 
Katie Brkick, Associate Professor, Georgia Southern University

We think toads are toadally cool!

We teach participants in The HERP Project* programs to catch, identify, weigh and measure toads and other frogs as well as salamanders, snakes, lizards and turtles. We have found toads to be common, easier to catch and hold than frogs, and hardy animals to use with novices. Our participants enjoy asking and answering such questions as:

(1) Which toads of the same species are bigger, adult males or adult females?
(2) How can you tell toad species apart?; and
(3) How can you tell male toads from female toads?

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The Frogman Experience: Save The Frogs Day 2017 In Santa Cruz, California

On April 29th, 2017 I went out to snatch the mail. My neighbor, Andrew Marsh, an old mutual acquaintance of mine, was walking past, and I struck up a conversation as a good neighbor does. I had an idea of how amazing the day was going to be already, but little did I know that later that night I was going to be initiated into a clan of rock'n'roll environmentalists. You see, my neighbor Andrew isn't your ordinary Santa Cruz resident. In fact, Andrew the Wizard, was lead guitarist in a band of anthropomorphic funkadelic superheroes whose mission in life is to save the world's frogs. How? Namely through raising money and awareness about the increasingly dire plight that frogs face. This group, The Frogman Experience, were to rock the Ocean Street Center for Nonviolence that night, and so Andrew extended the invite.

“There's a suggested donation,” he said, “but all proceeds go to benefit SAVE THE FROGS!”

It goes without saying that I was game.

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Amanda Cooper on empowering students to save frogs

Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

It has been said numerous times that “Our future is our children,” and even with the constant repetition of that saying, the words still ring true. Students and children are the future of this world. We will one day be the grown ups and we will have to make decisions about this world. That is why it is extremely important that the youth are not only are educated, but passionate about the world around us. This not far off future is one that we all need to work together to achieve.

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Volunteer Position: Social Media Coordinator

SAVE THE FROGS! is the world’s most effective amphibian conservation organization. We work in California, across the USA and around the world to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a Social Media Coordinator to help us permeate the internet with environmental education and to represent and promote our brand on social media sites. As Social Media Coordinator, you would manage at least one social media channel and independently study social media strategies.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Volunteer Artist Jordan Aucoin representing in Florida.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters Core Principles

The SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters Core Principles are those ideas and visions which chapters of the SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide community are expected to share and adhere to.

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Photo of Epidalea calamita by Anartz Garcia, Spain

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SAVE THE FROGS joins 425 conservation groups in supporting the Endangered Species Act

Four hundred and twenty-five national, state, and local conservation groups – including SAVE THE FROGS – recently sent a letter to the United States Senate and House leadership to demonstrate their overwhelming support for the popular Endangered Species Act. The organizations argued strongly for maintaining the Act in its current form and not let it be weakened under the guise of efforts to “modernize” or “reform” this legislation. The Act has been under increasing threat in recent months and years.

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The Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) receives protections under the Endangered Species Act. Photo by Dr. Kerry Kriger.

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Environmental Safeguards Are Not A Barrier To Improving Infrastructure

In response to President Trump’s recent infrastructure proposal, SAVE THE FROGS! and a coalition of 164 other organizations sent a letter to Congress opposing any infrastructure legislation that would undermine protections for public health, air, water or wildlife. The letter highlights the critical importance of retaining environmental safeguards while upgrading our nation’s infrastructure. SAVE THE FROGS! and coalition members recognize the need to fix aging water systems, build modern mass transit, improve road networks, and develop renewable energy sources, but it is inexcusable for politicians to cite current environmental protection measures as standing in the way of progress.

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Save The Frogs Day 2017 in Kingston, Pennsylvania

Chloe, Ellie, Vincent, and Jason are four ambitious and environmentally conscientious fifth graders from Wyoming Valley Montessori School. These students found a fun, creative way to raise funds for amphibian conservation in their local community in the spirit of Save The Frogs Day. They held an after-school bake sale and lemonade stand and raised $153! These generous students then donated all of their earnings to SAVE THE FROGS!. Chloe, Ellie, Vincent and Jason have set a wonderful example on how young students can find a way to join the effort in wildlife conservation!

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Students hosted a bakesale and lemonade stand and donated all profits to SAVE THE FROGS!.

"We had so much fun doing this, and knowing that it was for a good cause made us feel really good inside. Our entire school community was so supportive. We are proud to say we raised $153 for SAVE THE FROGS!. All of our proceeds will go directly to SAVE THE FROGS!. We encourage you to help save animals too!"
-- Chloe, Ellie, Vincent, and Jason

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The students found a fun and engaging way to raise awareness about amphibian conservtion in their local community. 

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Helping Schools Implement California's New Science Standards

In June 2014, Carolyn Jones wrote an article for EdSource entitled "More teachers turning to nonprofits for innovative science lessons". The article highlights SAVE THE FROGS! educational efforts at Stoneman Elementary in Pittsburg, CA, where third graders celebrate amphibians at the school's annual Frog Fair. The article is one of the best summaries of how students and teachers benefit from SAVE THE FROGS!, so we have pasted some of our favorite excerpts below.

“Nonprofit organizations like SAVE THE FROGS! are helping schools implement California's new science standards.”
-- EdSource

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Frog art from the 2014 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Jose Francisco San Martin Braile

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Benefits Of Serving On The Executive Committee Of Your SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter

SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter Executives play a vital role in ensuring the success of both their chapter and the SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide movement to protect amphibian populations. There are a multitude of benefits of serving on the Executive Committee of your local SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter:

(1) Experience in leadership.
(2) Increased opportunities to save amphibians and to acquire knowledge, techniques and skills related to amphibian conservation.
(3) Ability to establish a clear vision for the future of your local SAVE THE FROGS! group through the definition of strategic objectives in the short and long term.
(4) Skill in the management of the functions of non-governmental organizations.
(5) Experience communicating to a global audience.
(6) Opportunities to connect, contact and interact with amphibian conservationists inside and outside of your country.
(7) Improve your CV (resume) for future work.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger photographed this White Lipped Treefrog (Litoria infrafrenata) near the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea.

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Forming And Maintaining A SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter

This article details how you can form and maintain a SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter, and thus maximize your abilities to save frogs from extinction.

Forming Your Chapter

Chapters are formed by mutual agreement of SAVE THE FROGS! and the officers of the chapter’s founding Executive Committee, after steps that include:

  • Submitting the form "Application To Form A SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter" (the application will be added to this page very soon!);
  • Creation and approval of the chapter’s Constitution (a template constitution will be added here shortly!);
  • Signing of an agreement to adhere to the SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters Core Principles (coming soon!); and
  • Signing of the SAVE THE FROGS! Trademark Licensing Agreement (we will send you this once the above steps are completed).

Maintaining Your Chapter

To maintain active status in the SAVE THE FROGS! Community:

  • Chapters must implement amphibian conservation/education activities that align with the SAVE THE FROGS! mission.
  • Chapters must annually renew their agreement to adhere to the SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters Core Principles; and
  • Chapters must submit an Annual Report every year by February 15th.
  • Chapters are expected to submit an article to the savethefrogs.com website each month, about amphibians or their chapter's activities.

SAVE THE FROGS! reserves the right to terminate the chapter if the chapter is not abiding by the SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters Core Principles. We look forward to assisting dedicated groups in achieving their frog saving goals!

Together we can SAVE THE FROGS!

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SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger photographed this Craugastor megacephalus one rainy night in the Kekoldi Indigenous Reserve in southeastern Costa Rica.

Volunteer Opportunity: Video Editor for SAVE THE FROGS!

SAVE THE FROGS! seeks a talented video editor to assist us in preparing videos to add to the SAVE THE FROGS! YouTube Channel and the SAVE THE FROGS! website (www.savethefrogs.com) to promote our efforts and to educate people about amphibians. In many cases, we already have the footage; we merely need intros, outros and logos added. There are also opportunities for creating films from scratch, or by making use of our archives of photos and videos. This is a volunteer position and we seek someone with demonstrated experience editing film. Volunteer can be based anywhere in the world and should be able to dedicate at least three hours per week to this position. Volunteer should have their own video editing software and also access to Skype to facilitate project discussions.

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Photo of Green & Golden Bell Frog (Litoria aurea) by SAVE THE FROGS! Volunteer Dr. Kaya Klop-Toker

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SAVE THE FROGS! Volunteer Code Of Conduct

The mission of SAVE THE FROGS! is to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. As a SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer, you play an important role in enabling SAVE THE FROGS! to accomplish our mission as rapidly as possible.

Benefits of volunteering include:

  • The satisfaction that comes from assisting an important cause;
  • Gaining new knowledge and developing new skills; and
  • Meeting like-minded people and expanding your professional network

The success of SAVE THE FROGS! (STF!) depends on the hard work, dedication, and integrity of everyone in our community. As an STF! volunteer you agree to work in good faith to help us achieve our mission. This document outlines the Code of Conduct for all persons volunteering their service to SAVE THE FROGS!. If you cannot agree to any of these principles, then volunteering for SAVE THE FROGS! is not for you.

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Volunteers in Bangladesh, Save The Frogs Day 2014, BSMARU

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How Students Can Use The SAVE THE FROGS! Website

There is no time like spring in the Midwest United States. It’s a time of transition. The first sign of spring is the carpeting of wildflowers on the forest floor and the chorus of spring peeper frogs. My favorite childhood hobby was exploring the marshy environments of Southern Indiana and getting to witness the metamorphosis of frogs. I watched the mass of jelly eggs change into squirmy tadpoles before becoming four-legged jumping amphibians. Frogs gave me my first tangible experience of studying biology and got me hooked. I've prepared this article to give students ideas on how they can use the SAVE THE FROGS! website to incorporate amphibian conservation into their assignments and improve the quality of their completed projects.

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Ambystoma maculatum from Bloomington, IN photo by Colette Ciresi

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SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger’s Accomplishments

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger conceived and directs the world’s most effective public charity dedicated exclusively to amphibians. Read on to learn about his multitude of accomplishments for the betterment of amphibians and the planet.

"SAVE THE FROGS! and Kerry Kriger deserve nothing but respect and appreciation for working to make our planet a better place for all; amphibians and mankind alike. Kerry, you do great things for this planet and especially amphibians. To be one little person and to make an impact, is more than most of us can ever dream to do. Good for you, and keep saving those frogs!"
-- Chris Brennan; Salamander Biologist, CT

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Dr. Kriger on the slopes of Rucu Pichincha, where he led a hike during the inaugural SAVE THE FROGS! Ecuador Ecotour.

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Engaged In Art Partners With SAVE THE FROGS!

We are happy to announce that the Australian arts organization Engaged In Art is an official partner of the 2015 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest. Engaged in Art is run by Lesley Smitheringale, a professional artist and educator from Australia. Lesley has been an art educator for over 20 years and is passionate about helping young creatives on their art journey. She currently teaches extra-curricular art to children in her home studio and also acts as a virtual art teacher on her Engaged in Art Website which provides adults, parents, teachers and children with a range of online courses, instructional videos, E-Books and art and craft resources.

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A six-year-old proves that it’s never too early to support SAVE THE FROGS!

Even at six, fantastic frog-fan Mirah Lutsky is determined to show her support for our amphibian friends. So SAVE THE FROGS! was delighted to hear recently from Mirah and welcome her kind donation. She told us how concerned she was about the protection of frogs and her wish “to be sure that frogs are protected, and their habitat is kept healthy and safe”.
 
But Mirah is not the only family member with a desire to help organizations like SAVE THE FROGS! that work hard to protect our environment.
 

“Both Mirah, and her twin brother Spencer, are enthusiastic about their efforts — small though they are — to support causes that they believe are important,” explains her grandmother Nancy Kirsh. “My hope is that this process will encourage in them a lifetime of charitable giving. Mirah and her brother keep a careful record of the organizations to which they donate and read through their notebooks regularly."

SAVE THE FROGS! is happy to welcome Mirah and her family’s support. We look forward to keeping in touch. Thanks to their help, the future is looking brighter for frogs and other amphibians.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Join the SAVE THE FROGS! Fundraising Committee

Introduction
We are pleased to announce the formation of the SAVE THE FROGS! Fundraising Committee, whose mission is to strategize and implement actions that will increase the annual revenues of SAVE THE FROGS!, such that we can fund the multitude of projects we have in the USA and worldwide and thus achieve the massive potential we have built up through our worldwide network of extremely talented and dedicated staff and volunteers.

The Fundraising Committee will be comprised of a team of approximately ten frog enthusiasts led by SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger. The Fundraising Committee is currently accepting applications, and we encourage all dedicated fundraisers to apply.

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Night Spirit Frog (Leptopelis spiritusnoctis), Ankasa National Park, Ghana. Photo by Dr. Kerry Kriger, who has helped raise over $1,000,000 for amphibian conservation efforts.

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Donald Trump: An Inauguration Day Environmental Assessment

A new administration means new environmental policies. Please read on to learn about Donald's Trump and his administration's environmental records. And be sure to donate to SAVE THE FROGS! if you want us to have the means with which to improve the state of the environment, even while the Trump team works actively to destroy it.

"I like your principles and all of us will have to fight harder than ever with the anti-environmental mess that this new administration will be. I have been sick thinking about all this since the election".
- Michelle B.

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Frog Art: We Have Rights Too - by Suhailkt, India

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The #1 way you can help amphibians is to join SAVE THE FROGS today!

Thousands of amphibian species are on the verge of extinction, but there is still time to save them. No other group fights for the rights of amphibians like SAVE THE FROGS!. Our worldwide movement is powered by educated people like you: people who are not willing to let the world around them be destroyed due to apathy, ignorance and greed. Your membership will enable us to:

  • Build wetlands;
  • Plant trees in degraded amphibian habitat;
  • Fight the pesticide companies;
  • Provide free educational resources for thousands of schools;
  • Sue environmentally irresponsible government agencies and lobby for legislation to protect amphibians and humans.

That's something you can support, right? Please take action today and support our efforts by becoming an Official Member of SAVE THE FROGS! today. Thank you!

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Dr. Kerry Kriger 4

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder, Executive Director & Ecologist
kerry@savethefrogs.com

Read about Dr. Kriger's environmental accomplishments | Download Dr. Kriger's resume

Dr. Kriger is the Founder & Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS!, the world's leading amphibian conservation organization. He conceived Save The Frogs Day, the world's largest day of amphibian education and conservation action, and has given over 360 presentations on amphibian conservation in Argentina, Australia, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ghana, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Paraguay, South Korea, and the USA. Dr. Kriger holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Griffith University in Gold Coast, Australia, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He is a recognized expert on the amphibian disease chytridiomycosis, a topic on which he has published 15 articles in peer-reviewed international scientific journals. Dr. Kriger's amphibian conservation efforts have been supported by the National Geographic Society, the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, Patagonia, and various philanthropic organizations throughout the world. He has previously done research on endangered Hawaiian birds, and on the biophysical properties of amino acids involved in cystic fibrosis. He has taught university courses in Ecology, Vertebrate Biology, Applied Mathematics and Chemistry, has written and edited chapters for encyclopedias, and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. Dr. Kriger has climbed mountains in the Himalayas, Alps, Alaska Range, Southern Alps and the Andes, and is an avid photographer whose photographs have been featured on CNN and in airports and magazines worldwide. He also teaches, records and performs music on a variety of instruments from around the world.

"Dr. Kriger, Thank you for your dedication. You make the world a better place!
Sincerely, Dr. Barbara Anne Kidd-Hoffmann"

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On top of Flakstadting with the midnight sun, Lofoten Archipelago, Norway

Academic Qualifications

Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences
Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia
School of Environmental and Applied Sciences

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Virginia
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

"I have deep admiration for Kerry and his endeavors. He shows us all that each of us can make a difference, if we try. I consider it a privilege to contribute towards his efforts."
-- SAVE THE FROGS! Board Member Choti Singh

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"Thank you for your leadership of this awesome organization!"
-- Nancy Lichtle, SAVE THE FROGS! Belize Ecotourist & Donor, California

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Environmental education is the basis of all environmental conservation. SAVE THE FROGS! is proud to lead the way educating teachers and students about amphibians. We provide teachers with educational materials, ideas and inspiration so that any teacher, regardless of their area of expertise, can incorporate amphibian education into their curriculum.

"My 3rd grade has been studying frogs. We raised money ($95) by selling toy frogs. We have been researching frogs and each student made a book to keep with information they learned from books and the internet. We love frogs!"
— Lynn Forsht, Homestead, Florida

“Nonprofit organizations like SAVE THE FROGS! are helping schools implement California's new science standards.”
-- EdSource

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Volunteer for SAVE THE FROGS!

The SAVE THE FROGS! movement will succeed in direct proportion to the extent that we involve and empower as many people as possible. As such, we actively develop ways to incorporate volunteers into our efforts. Volunteering has numerous benefits for those who step forward to help. Volunteers gain valuable real world environmental experience, expand their professional network, make the world a better place for frogs and humans, and likely enjoy themselves as well!

By volunteering you will be joining a highly trained, elite crew of frog savers. Your mission: to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Please look through the following volunteer positions and fill out the volunteer application form only if you are dedicated to amphibians AND reliable. Thank you for your interest in frog conservation!

Current Volunteer Positions:
- Executive Assistant​
- Graphic Designer
- Website Developer (HTML/CSS/MySQL/Joomla/API)
- ​​​Teacher of English as a Foreign Language
- Fundraiser
​​- Art Contest Assistant
- Video Editor
- Proofreader
- California Fish & Game Commission Speaker

"You're happiest while you're making the greatest contribution."
-- Robert F. Kennedy

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UC Santa Cruz student Fernando Garcia volunteering for SAVE THE FROGS! in California.

 

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Your Company Can Sponsor SAVE THE FROGS!

Your company's support is crucial to our mission of protecting amphibian population and promoting a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife, so we encourage you to help us SAVE THE FROGS!. We look forward to working with you to ensure your company gets the positive recognition it deserves. SAVE THE FROGS! is happy to customize sponsorship benefits to meet your company's unique marketing objectives.

"I believe that together, we can get the good word out about your important work and give your organization the extra leap it needs to become better known."
John O’Neil – President & CEO, Froggerjobs.com

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SAVE THE FROGS! was founded in 2008 with a mission to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. SAVE THE FROGS! chapters play a vital role in ensuring we achieve our mission and spread awareness for endangered amphibians. Chapters provide SAVE THE FROGS! with successes that contribute to our mission and that inspire our supporters and volunteers. In turn, SAVE THE FROGS! provides chapters with training, advice, increased grant opportunities, and exposure to a worldwide network of amphibian conservationists. Chapter members benefit from increased opportunities that are offered to them through their involvement in the SAVE THE FROGS! worldwide community. SAVE THE FROGS! encourages frog enthusiasts to form chapters anywhere there is a need for amphibian conservation and where there exists sufficient interest to successfully organize and maintain an active chapter.

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Members of the SAVE THE FROGS! KNUST Chapter restoring the Wewe River in Kumasi, Ghana in 2016. The chapter was formed in 2011 as the first university chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!.

How SAVE THE FROGS! Assists Chapters

SAVE THE FROGS! Chapters contribute significantly to the successes of the worldwide SAVE THE FROGS! movement. SAVE THE FROGS! will assist chapters in achieving their amphibian conservation goals, and will provide guidance related to the chapter’s programs and activities.

  • SAVE THE FROGS! will provide training and advice to chapters, including opportunities for chapter members to develop their ecological awareness and their environmental conservation skills. Chapters will have access to years of SAVE THE FROGS! organizational knowledge and experience.

  • SAVE THE FROGS! will link the Chapter members to a broad network of amphibian conservationists in the worldwide SAVE THE FROGS! community.

  • SAVE THE FROGS! will assist the chapter in promoting their activities and successes to the outside world, through articles on the SAVE THE FROGS! website and inclusion in SAVE THE FROGS! electronic newsletters and social media.

  • SAVE THE FROGS! will provide the chapter with fundraising assistance through advice, educational resources, a dedicated donation page on the SAVE THE FROGS! website, access to a database of grant opportunities, and increased ability to apply for funds from both SAVE THE FROGS! and from outside organizations (e.g. private foundations and philanthropic corporations).

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Executives of the SAVE THE FROGS! Minas Gerais Chapter in Serra da Lapinha, Brazil

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"To follow, under all circumstances, the highest promptings within you; to be always true to the divine self; to rely upon the inward light, the inward voice, and to pursue your purpose with a fearless and restful heart, believing that the future will yield unto you the meed of every thought and effort; knowing that the laws of the universe can never fail, and that your own will come back to you with mathematical exactitude, this is faith and the living of faith."

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“I want you to know that I admire and am so impressed with your energy, determination, your goals, and your devotion to these wonderful creatures who have not had the spotlight shown on then until you came along!  I am very impressed that you were able to learn Portuguese so quickly,  and speak to the University students for an hour in their language! I read all of your e-mails.”

Diane K., Wheaton, IL

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