We are happy to announce that SAVE THE FROGS has completed its relocation from Virginia to beautiful Santa Cruz, California, at the northern end of the Monterey Bay, about 110km south of San Francisco. Santa Cruz and the Bay Area have strong environmental movements and some of the world’s most imaginative thinkers. We plan to use this to our advantage to make Santa Cruz the most frog-friendly city on the planet, and California the epicentre of the world’s amphibian conservation efforts.
We’ll be announcing the first of our California initiatives soon, so keep checking the FrogBlog (subscribe to our RSS feed!), and make sure you’re signed up for the SAVE THE FROGS! Newsletter.
Here are some photos of SAVE THE FROGS Headquarters
51 Ways to Save The Frogs, this is the front entrance of STFHQ:
This is how much furniture we started with!
We still need to purchase chairs, desks, filing cabinets, a printer, modem, router, and a few computers so we can get volunteers in here. Lots of volunteers! Please donate $20 today! and help us get this show on the road! Thanks!
Lots of windows, so no electric lighting necessary during the day:
The view out the back window:
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