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RIPPLE AFRICA is a charity in Africa and has been working in Malawi since 2003. The charity is involved with environmental and education projects in Malawi, and also has volunteer opportunities. If you want to volunteer in Africa, then why not volunteer in Malawi? Please go to the Introduction to Volunteering page in the Volunteering section, and you will be able to read about volunteer opportunities which are run by the charity in Malawi.

The Green Bay Aquarium Society (GBAS) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the aquarium hobby.  Their meetings are open to the general public.  Members need not live in Green Bay, or even in Wisconsin!

 
 

The Amphibian Foundation is dedicated to connecting individuals, communities and organizations in order to create and implement lasting solutions to the global amphibian extinction crisis.

RAREC is primarily a wildlife rescue center, with the base of their operations taking place in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon, they are able to rescue wild animals in danger,  bring them to their facility for treatment, &  prepare them for their return to the wild.  As a fully licensed and authorized rescue and rehabilitation center, RAREC coordinates efforts with the Peruvian Environmental Police, and has a long standing cooperation agreement recognized by the Peruvian Government.

 

The 1000 Islands Conservancy Zone was established in 1969 by the Common Council of the City of Kaukauna and included 240 acres of woodland and river area. The purpose of the Conservancy Zone is to preserve the land in a natural state for the benefit of all citizens, with the idea of teaching good conservation practices and preservation of natural resources.

The Conservancy Zone now encompasses 350 acres and has 7.2 miles of trails which includes a one-mile trail along the Fox River. It also has 2000 feet of barrier free boardwalk. The hiking trails along the River have benches with wonderful views to enjoy as you rest. Cross country ski and snowshoe trails are in the upper woods of the Conservancy and provide recreation for hundreds of skiers and snowshoe enthusiasts each winter. While walking, visitors may see eagles, deer and a great variety of waterfowl and birds of all kinds.  Today more than 60,000 people visit the environmental center annually.

They also boast one of the greatest youth education programs for conservation & sustainability on the planet, with 18,000 school children in attendance each year.

Conservation Fisheries, INC is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization in Knoxville, Tennessee. Founded in 1986 and incorporated in 1992, CFI is dedicated to the preservation of aquatic biodiversity in our streams and rivers. Over nearly 30 years we have developed techniques to propagate more than 65 nongame fish, including some of the most imperiled species in the southeastern United States.  We were the first facility in the Southeast to propagate rare, non-game fishes for recovery work. 

Our primary goal is to restore fish populations that have been eliminated because of pollution or habitat destruction. However, we also produce many rare or difficult-to-collect species for other purposes related to aquatic conservation. 

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