The winners will receive a grant ranging from $500 to $1,500, with the recipient of each grant decided by a public vote on the Josh's Frogs website.
Josh’s Frogs, a breeder of exotic amphibians and reptiles has announced seven winners of its 2022 Amphibian Conservation Grant Program. The winners will receive a grant ranging from $500 to $1,500, with the recipient of each grant decided by a public vote on the Josh’s Frogs website.
The grant winners are Association Mitsinjo in Madagascar, Endangered Wildlife Conservation Organization in Uganda, Natural Tanks in Panama, Reptile Youth Alliance Foundation in Florida, Ridgeview Conservancy in New Jersey, and Safari Lake Geneva in Wisconsin.
The Amphibian Conservation Grant Program is designed to help combat the decline in amphibians worldwide due largely to disease, and to help advance amphibian conservation around the world.
Josh’s Frogs launched in 2004 with the goal of breeding amphibians to offset demand for wild caught amphibians and is now the largest amphibian breeder in the United States. The Amphibian Conservation Grant Program, now in its third year, has awarded more than $12,000 in grants to fund conservation efforts, research and amphibian education projects in nine countries.
For more information on the grant winners and to vote for your favorite winner, please visit https://new.joshsfrogs.com/conservation-initiative. The entity that receives the most votes by December 23 will win the $1,500 grand prize.