About Our Work
Honoring Life, One Frog at a Time
A Frog House, our magical little house on the Erie Canal in Pittsford, educates visitors about amphibian survival through recreational events and workshops for children and adults.
We work with local governments to protect wetlands and establish parks with ponds, and educate visitors about the impact of lawn and garden poisons on life itself.
We teach compassion and compassionate communication skills for the sake of all life, from frogs at the bottom of the food chain through homo sapiens at the top, by modeling responsible land and water use and maintenance.
Margot Fass’ Frog Blog
This is my favorite scene in Schoen Place. I could photograph and paint it over and over again. (Photo: Margot Fass) A tiny prayer group, called Pittsford Pulse, was discussing The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett, a classic of English Children’s literature...
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What A Terrific Project and What A Lovely Location
We found you when I was walking by with my children and we were enchanted. What a terrific project and what a lovely location. You are doing good work here. Thank you for helping young people appreciate and value the animals, the environment, and through this, each other.
A Frog House is a delight!
A Frog House is a delight! A magical place for children… and a reminder for adults to help support frogs (and every creature on our planet) today… for those children tomorrow. Thank you for all your good work!
Thanks for these uplifting updates
Thanks for these uplifting updates and for all you are doing! We are glad to hear that the Nature Symposium on April 25 is still happening online.
Thank you for your efforts on behalf of the natural world!
I certainly wish you the best and thank you for your efforts on behalf of the natural world!
THANK YOU for all your efforts on behalf of frogs!
I applaud your efforts
I applaud your efforts in putting together an event such as yours.