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 Happy New Year! 
This year we expanded immensely, protecting new populations of Blanding’s turtles at Borderland State Park and Groton-Dunstable High School Wetlands, and starting the first headstarting project for marbled salamanders. The drought this year has been extremely difficult for many species, emphasizing the importance of our sustained conservation work.




In our increasingly crowded and busy world, many of the wondrous living treasures that grace our Earth—from rhinos and polar bears to tropical orchids—are at risk of disappearing. Equally threatened are many of the beautiful and little known animals and plants that live in your state, your town, or perhaps your own backyard.

At Grassroots Wildlife Conservation, our mission is to work with you to help preserve some of our rare and declining species while helping you and your families learn more about the diversity and wonder of the natural world around you.
Come outside with us, roll up your sleeves, and help make sure that generations of people to come will be able to delight, like you, in hands-on experiences with our rarer wild neighbors.

Become a member today and support local conservation!