Projects never end at facilities with our mission.
Continued updating of the infrastructure is critical for any successful organization. Growing our organization, refining efficiency, minimizing waste, lowering our petroleum/energy usage (Indirectly and directly) will get us off the grid and lessen the impact that we have on nature.
This is the core goal to our continuing projects.
Our specie enclosures must be continually maintained, updated, and expanded. The rate of wild caught animals being injected into the pet trade has alarmingly increased. At the pace that we rescue, rehab, and expand our conservation programs, the more support we require to facilitate the well being and survival of the increasing numbers of species that we add to our facility.
As the number of our animals increases, our projects expand as well.
To replicate the required. unique and diverse husbandry all animals require, the proper physical structures must be provided to accommodate them.
With each new species that we welcome to our facility, additional educational aspects must be updated as well, such as new research data, and current species statistics, new, additional resources, personnel, and added efforts needed for species survival
- Our garden – growing our own plants to feed the animals;
- Composting – using organic waste to create compost for the garden plants;
- Collecting rain water to water the garden.