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Preparing For A Career In Herpetology

SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger was recently interviewed by a young frog enthusiast about preparing for a career in herpetology (the study of amphibians and/or reptiles). So as to assist anyone looking to achieve success in their herpetological pursuits, we have posted the interview here. We hope you find it useful!

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Leap Forward Into A Frog-Friendly Classroom with Nicole Green of Animalearn

Let’s put the life back into the life sciences. Frogs are one of the most commonly dissected animals in science classrooms today. Fortunately there are hundreds of innovative frog friendly resources that can be used to teach students anatomy without having to sacrifice amphibians. In the video you will learn how you can help save frogs from dissection by converting to more humane and environmentally-friendly 21st century tech learning tools.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Young Scholars Program

In 2016, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana launched its Young Scholars Program, designed to achieve two major goals: (1) improve the resources of less-endowed schools; and (2) provide scholarships to academically gifted but economically disadvantaged children.

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SAVE THE FROGS! built a wetland at Garvey Intermediate School in Los Angeles

SAVE THE FROGS! is proud to be building wetlands at schools. We are merging conservation and education by building wetlands that will be used for outdoor education. More importantly, we are building wetlands in urban environment. Historically, the majority of humans lived in rural areas where they farmed and hunted regularly. In 1800, only three […]

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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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Book Recommendations For Frog Lovers

SAVE THE FROGS! has compiled a list of books that amphibian enthusiasts will enjoy and learn from. All of these books are available on Amazon. Order a few today, for yourself or as gifts!

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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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The Best Online Environmental Training You Can Get

The SAVE THE FROGS! 90-Day Challenge is the very best online amphibian conservation training available, as you learn the precise skills that SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger has used over the past decade to grow SAVE THE FROGS! into one of the world’s most recognized and effective environmental organizations.

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Would you like to have a wetland at your school?

Would you like to have a wetland at your school? SAVE THE FROGS! is looking for a school within a two-hour drive of Berkeley, California, that would like to have a wetland. The wetland would be designed to help frogs and provide for outdoor education. It would be shallow, less than 18-inches deep in the […]

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