Save the Frogs!
From October 14th-16th 2014, SAVE THE FROGS! will conduct a three day Wetlands Construction Workshop in which we will train 30 participants in the art of wetlands construction and build a wetland suitable for native amphibians and other native wildlife.
We welcome students, environmental educators, ecological consultants, wildlife managers and private landowners. Participants will learn all about amphibians and wetland construction, and will physically assist in the construction of the wetland. The workshop will be led by Tom Biebighauser, the world's premiere wetlands construction expert and SAVE THE FROGS! biologists Dr. Kerry Kriger and Michael Starkey.
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Habitat destruction is the number one cause of amphibian population declines worldwide and the majority of America's wetlands have been destroyed or modified. Constructing wetlands is a fantastic method of educating hundreds of students and teachers about amphibians and ensuring that amphibians have a home in which to live and breed.
SAVE THE FROGS! invites you to attend our three-day Wetlands Construction Workshop (October 14th-16th, 2014) to teach you how to build wetlands and to build a wetland we have designed for the Manor School in Fairfax, CA (Marin County). Join us at this workshop and we will train you in the art of wetlands creation so that you can incorporate this valuable habitat creation and education mechanism into your ecological toolbox. The knowledge you gain at this workshop will set you on the path to constructing wetlands for wildlife in your part of the world.
Thank you for everything you do for animals!
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