Our Mission: To promote environmental education, awareness, and action that benefits both the natural world and people, inspiring youth and communities to Conserve It Forward!
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“If we all do small acts, then together we will make big, positive changes for the world!”
Find a project you love, act on it, share it with others...that’s how you conserve it forward!”
-Avalon Jade Theisen, Founder
Access FrogLog Jr here!
Avalon worked with the Amphibian Survival Alliance as their Guest Editor to create the first youth edition of their publication!
Please share this great, free, downloadable resource with everyone you know, including classes, camps and other groups!
One of our favorite parts of doing programs in the community is talking about frog adaptations!
Avalon went to the
White House to talk about climate change!
She also got to speak
about how our food choices affect
one of her passions!
Paris: COP21/United Nations Climate Change Conference: Connecting with students from around the world!
Sharing lunch with fellow student leaders and activists from around the world - included in this photo are students from Green School Bali, Roosevelt School of Peru, Marymount International School, and the American School in Paris.
"Every bite we eat is a chance to make positive change
for our entire planet and all living things in it!"
Eat Aware Today bookmarks are ready to ship to you!
Join us in hiding painted rocks and bringing smiles to others!
Similar to our Care Cards which brought nature and happiness to thousands of people in all 50 States and Canada, our volunteer decorated rocks bring smiles to people everywhere.
Join us by decorating & hiding your own rocks!
Learn how at #CIFRocks!
Thanks for joining us in May at Brooker Creek Preserve to learn about frogs!
This was our 10th year at Brooker Creek Preserve, and
we had a great time with all the attendees!
We learned about frogs, croaked in the Human Frog Chorus, and got some great artwork for 2023 Save the Frogs Day!