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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 […]

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Save The Frogs Day 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria

GreenEducate Initiative celebrates the 9th Annual Save The Frogs Day (April 29th, 2017)! GreenEducate is an environmental NGO that uses advocacy and education to create awareness about conserving biodviersity and about the impacts of climate change in Nigeria. This year’s Save The Frogs Day was held at Kingship Academy, which is an elementary school located […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition: Summary of Successes from Week 1

The SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Expedition was a huge success! In September 2016, our international team of American and Ghanaian staff and volunteers traveled throughout Ghana for three weeks, conducting a variety of educational programs and habitat restoration events. Some successes from the first week of the expedition include:   (1) Speaking to the entire incoming class […]

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Does your class want a free presentation about frogs?

NOTE: The program described below was completed in 2017. You can find current info on booking presentations on our Online Presentations page and our In-Person Presentations page. Thanks to a grant from the Helen and Allan Ridley Charitable Trust, SAVE THE FROGS! is educating thousands of San Francisco students about the importance of amphibians! Through […]

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Tell Us About Your Save The Frogs Day 2016 Event!

From all of us at SAVE THE FROGS!, thank you for organizing a Save The Frogs Day event this year! It has been so exciting to see what you have done to celebrate amphibians and bring further awareness to their conservation. In order to track the global impact of Save The Frogs Day, please take […]

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ANNOUNCING SAVE THE FROGS! GHANA’S 2015 INTERN

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana is pleased to announce Asamoah Francis Boafo as its 2015 intern. Francis during this 3 months internship will be trained in amphibian conservation and research and in proposal writing. In addition, he is to promote SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana on several social media platforms. With his experience in blogging, events promotion […]

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Frog Poster Mega-Sale

SAVE THE FROGS! is proud to offer you the most fantastic frog posters on the planet. And through December 15th, 2014 we have a Frog Poster Mega-Sale! For only $12.95 plus shipping, you get three posters: the 29 Frogs poster, Save The Frogs Day Poster and the Neon Frog Art Poster. The posters look great, […]

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Berkeley kids take field trip to the SAVE THE FROGS! Education Center

  On November 4th, 2014 three groups of 25 elementary school students from Berkley Maynard Academy visited the SAVE THE FROGS! Education Center to learn all about amphibians and ways they can help us protect our amphibious friends. “You have a fantastic educational outreach program and I really enjoyed learning more about SAVE THE FROGS! at […]

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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! 2011 Accomplishments

Please visit our brand new webpage that lists all of our 2011 accomplishments!  Learn how your money is put to good use saving frogs in California, across the USA, and around the world. Pseudacris cadaverina photo by Michael Starkey

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