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SAVE THE FROGS Hardcopy Newsletter Archive
Did you know that SAVE THE FROGS has a hardcopy newsletter? Download PDF’s of a few previous editions here. Become a member of SAVE THE FROGS and have this hard-copy newsletter delivered direct to your door each month. The Save The Frogs Hardcopy Newsletter has all types of frog info not found online or in our electronic newsletter, so join SAVE THE FROGS today!
SAVE THE FROGS now has a Wish List on Amazon
Introducing a fantastic new way to help SAVE THE FROGS! We’ve created a Wish List on Amazon. Have a look at some of the items we need, pick one that you think would be a great gift, and let Amazon ship it directly to us! Thanks!
SAVE THE FROGS offers $500 Conference Travel Grant
SAVE THE FROGS is pleased to announce that applications are now open for a $500 SAVE THE FROGS! Conference Travel Grant. This grant will be awarded to a highly qualified student to present a lecture on their amphibian research at the Joint Meeting of Herpetologists and Ichthyologists in Providence, Rhode Island this July. Applicants will be judged on the quality and conservation value of their research. Learn more on the Awards page.
SAVE THE FROGS Toolbar for Internet Explorer or Firefox
Now you can add the brand new Save The Frogs toolbar to Internet Explorer or Firefox! Once you add the toolbar, each time you shop at one of the more than 1,300 participating stores, a percentage of what you spend will be donated to us at no extra cost to you! The toolbar also provides you with coupons and deals. The toolbar also has a search box and each time you search the Internet, about a penny is donated to SAVE THE FROGS!, and this adds up! It’s easy, so download the toolbar now!
Free Downloadable Frog Slideshows
As part of our ongoing effort to provide FREE educational resources to scientists, teachers and students, we are happy to announce that we now have three PowerPoint presentations that you can embed on your website or download. Now giving a presentation on Save The Frogs Day will be simple!
Frog Art Contest Winner Jonah Weissman on WVTF
Sandi Hausman of Charlottesville, VA Public Radio recently interviewed Jonah Weissman, winner of the Under 10 years old category of the 1st Annual Frog Art Contest. You can listen to the interview here, and order a print of Jonah’s artwork here.
1st Annual Frog Essay Contest Now Underway!
The SAVE THE FROGS! Essay Contest is designed to give teachers an easy way to get their students involved and interested in amphibian conservation…though you don’t have to be a student to enter! Each year we will give you an essay title. All you have to do is write the essay! This year’s essay title is: A World Without Frogs. We invite teachers, students and anyone else to submit 250-300 words of their finest frog literature. Good luck!
2010 Frog Art Contest Now Underway!
Calling all artists! The 2010 international Frog Art Contest has begun. The contest is a great way to get kids interested in amphibian conservation, so please inform your teachers of the contest. The artwork will be used to publicize our cause and raise funds for Save The Frogs amphibian conservation efforts. Have fun!
Cast Your Vote!
Save The Frogs is in the running for the Ideas for Change in America contest. Please go cast your vote for our idea to protect habitat for threatened amphibian species!
Students & Parents – Look Here
Want to get some Save The Frogs activities happening at your school? Please print this flyer and deliver it to your teacher (or ask your child to deliver it to their teacher). Or have a look at this list of ideas for university and high school students. Make something happen!
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