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 Theisen, Founder

Want to help save frogs?  Then go dissect them!

Using software, of course!

Visit our “Learn about Frogs” page to learn more about digital dissection options!

Become a FAN!

Make the world a better place through

Frogs, Action and Nature!

I am so proud to be part of Ms. Kerryn Vaughan’s new book, Magnificent Kids! 23 Superheroes Who Are Changing The World-Now It’s Your Turn.

Visit the book website to learn more and order!


Nature helps people feel better.  Care Can Cards bring nature to people.

3,451 people in 49 states have received our cards.

People from 8 countries have sent in artwork or helped in making the cards.

Thanks to a Youth Service America grant and our volunteers, this project has really grown!

Learn more!

TEDxYouth@TampaBay was awesome!

Avalon’s TEDx talk titled “How the Croak of the Wild Empowered this Child” can be seen HERE.

FrogLog Jr is here!

I am honored to have worked with the Amphibian Survival Alliance as the Guest Editor for their premier youth edition!

Please share this great, free, downloadable resource with everyone you know, including classes, camps and other groups!

We have had so much fun out in the community doing all our 2014 programs!

One of my favorites is talking about frog adaptations!

Flashback to 2013!  

Avalon received the YEA! Award and spoke to the Hillsborough County Commissioners.

See photos on Facebook.

Meet our new Conserve It Forward Youth Board Members!

Avalon goes to the

White House

to talk about climate change!

Read about it, and see the photo album, HERE!