Support is limited to projects that can be completed within one year and funds will be granted up to $1,500. A post-project completion report will be required upon completion of the funded projects.
Please check back in December for additional details and a link to the application.
Our Mission: Sequoia Park Zoo inspires conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.
We fulfill our mission by:
For more information including proposal guidelines and conservation grants previously awarded, see www.sequoiaparkzoo.net/conservation/field-conservation/
Sequoia Park Zoo hosts lectures in the fall and winter where community members can learn about the earth and all of its wild inhabitants. Lectures begin promptly at 7:00 pm and are held in the zoo's Flamingo Room; doors open at 6:30 pm for an informal reception with the guest speaker.
October 11, 2017 - Mary Wykstra, Action for Cheetahs Kenya, "Carnivores Livelihoods and Landscapes" For more information click here
November 8, 2017 - Colin Anderson, CDFW, "Anadromous Life Cycle Monitoring Station in Freshwater Creek"
December 13, 2017 - Susan Fox, local artist, "Art and Conservation in the Land of Blue Skies"
January 10, 2018 - Monty Caid and Jennifer Wheeler, Lost Foods and BLM, "Invasive and Native Plants: Problems and Solutions"
February 14, 2018 - Phil Johnston and Jon Johnston, Conservation Grant Recipients, “Lake Earl River Otters and Ecuadorian Dry Forest Carnivores”
March 6, 2018 - Fred Allendorf, noted conservationist and geneticist at University of Montana, "The Zen of Deep Evolution"