The Monkton Road Crossing Project raised over $25,000!
The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas is an independent program, working in partnership with many organizations and individuals. We are pleased to be working with Vermont Family Forests as our fiscal agent. Vermont Family Forests is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization with shared conservation goals. Additional support in the form of server space and e-mail are provided by Middlebury College. All our funds come from outside grants, contributions, and the sale of posters and atlases.
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
Vermont Woods Studios donated 15% of profits from all furniture purchased between Earth Day and Summer Solstice 2009 to non-profits that benefit forest conservation.
That included us! Thanks, Vermont Wood Studios!
We need your support for our reptile and amphibian conservation, outreach education, and mapping efforts.
We would like to thank:
The atlas is compiled by James S. Andrews using records generously contributed by many individuals and organizations. Cartography was provided by Chris Davis, and Erin Talmage contributes additional technical assistance. The website was updated by Kir Talmage. Poster design and layout is by Kaile Burgess. Species summaries (used on posters and in individual species web pages) were written by Kaile Burgess and Michael Iacchetta.