Posted on: April 3rd, 2009 by admin No Comments

Conserve Wildlife Foundation has been selected by Redwood Creek Wines Greater Outdoors Project as a top five finalist to receive $50,000 to restore habitat for songbirds and other wildlife species.

If we win we will convert fairways to forests and create, in partnership with New Jersey’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, 20 acres of wildlife habitat on a former golf course in Cape May County.

You can make this happen!

The rules are simple.
The organization that receives the most votes wins.
You can vote online or by text message once daily.

To vote – Log on to Blaze the Trail from April 1 through May 31 to view our project and vote. For those on the trail, outdoor enthusiasts can simply text CONSERVE to 39668.

This is a nationwide contest. Vote for New Jersey!

About Us:
The mission of the
Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ is to protect and preserve rare and imperiled species of wildlife that live, breed and migrate through our state through research, species management, habitat restoration, education and citizen engagement.

About the Project:
Redwood Creek wines established the Greater Outdoors Project to recognize and support nonprofit organizations that share its commitment to preserve, protect and provide access to America’s great outdoors. Together with Planet Green, a 24-hour eco-lifestyle network, Redwood Creek wines will award one, worthy non-profit with a $50,000 grant to fund a specific outdoor project as well as a feature in a national, Redwood Creek advertising campaign.
Thank you for your support,

Margaret O’Gorman, Executive Director
Ben Wurst, Habitat Program Manager

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