Here is my contribution to support the Centre's conservation and education efforts and to support meeting The $50,000 COVID-19 Emergency Challenge Grant by December 31, 2020!
Effective September 5, 2020 all contributions are also designated to help us meet The $50,000 COVID-19 Emergency Challenge Grant that we have received. We have to meet this challenge amount by the end of this year December 31, 2020. PLEASE THINK BIG!!
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The Friends of the Asa Wright Nature, Inc. has been established to promote the advancement of education and conservation science in Trinidad & Tobago by supporting the work and goals of the Asa Wright Nature Centre and;
• to protect its tropical rainforests and other critical habitats and further the educational and interpretive opportunities available to Asa Wright Nature Centre visitors;
• to promote the acquisition, preservation, protection, and enhancement of the historical, natural, and recreational resources within the environmentally sensitive Northern Range of Trinidad & Tobago;
• to provide for the daily operation of the Asa Wright Nature Center; to assist in implementing Centre improvements and programs;
• to promote the acquisition, preservation, protection, and enhancement of the cultural, historical, natural, and recreational resources within the environmentally sensitive Northern Range of Trinidad & Tobago;
• and to enhance and promote environmental programs throughout Trinidad & Tobago through education, scientific research, as well as through land acquisition of endangered habitats.