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Become a Conservation All Star!

We call our monthly donors Conservation All Stars. Why? Because an all star team is full of the most exceptional and engaged members of a community. And that's what you are joining - an all star team of EPI's sustaining supporters - preserving vulnerable research sites and protecting the wildlife that call these places home. 

During these challenging times, your gift goes further to protect vulnerable wildlife species and ensure continued conservation and research efforts at each of our field sites. Conservation All Stars are fundamental in our planning efforts to offer more support for students and teachers, even bringing EPI directly into the classroom through virtual programming. 

Why Monthly Giving?

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Monthly gifts are secure, automatic, and enabled right from our site. This means your gift goes even further without administrative fees. Everything is digital, which cuts down on paper waste too! 

Your gift goes further

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Conservation All Stars help EPI plan more efficiently as we work to achieve our conservation and community leadership goals.

 

Monthly support also drives valuable conservation research on species like leatherback sea turtles, yellow-headed parrots, and bison.

A Cornerstone for EPI

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Our all-stars get the exclusive updates and are the first to know about exciting highlights from the field, suggestions for sustainable living, and ways to get directly involved with EPI programs.

 

You'll get updates on the projects your gift supports from start to finish.

Be in the know

What You'll Get:

  • A digital welcome kit 

  • A welcome coupon for EPI's online store

  • Access to our exclusive email communication

  • A surprise gift on your one-year anniversary 

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505

12,682

84

Sea turtle hatchlings released in Costa Rica

Endangered yellow-headed parrots monitored in Belize

m2 of invasive plants removed in the Galapagos Islands

Benthic marine species registered in Baja

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2,794

Hours of ungulate research in Yellowstone

What Monthly Giving Makes Possible:

The Lives You Change