How Else Can You Help Reptiles and Amphibians?
We welcome your support and conservation efforts. Whether you can do something small or large, do something. And thanks.
- Observe herptiles (and contribute records individually or as organizations)
- Learn more about them with posters, DVDs, guidebooks, and going outside
- Donate with a check or money order
- Teach (we can help you).
- Work with your local Conservation and/or Planning Commission
- Take classes (with us or your local university, college, and after-school groups)
- Do research
- Change things around your house to protect and encourage local, native species. You might:
- Use a FrogLog in a swimming pool
- Garden with native plants
- Reduce or refuse pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides in your garden and/or lawn
- Provide suitable habitat for local species: small pools; shady and cool shelter for toads or salamanders; basking areas for snakes, and so on
- Ask your journalists to discover and report on efforts to conserve and threats being faced by herptiles
- Practice conservation with each action, purchase, and use of resources
- Check out other pages on our site for more information:
If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution in any amount, please make a check payable to Vermont Family Forests, write "Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas" in the memo field, and send it to Jim Andrews at
The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project
642 Smead Road
Salisbury, VT 05769