Committed to leaving a legacy of hope
and tools to build a better tomorrow for all the Earth’s citizens
Protecting One Species
In Mother Nature’s grand plan, each ecosystem contains the exact balance of species that it needs for its survival. To truly protect any wildlife species, the natural ecosystems in which they live must be protected and preserved. Protecting a habitat protects everyone who lives in it. It is the promise of hope for a better tomorrow.
Tools for Stewardship of
the Earth and Her Creatures
We strive to make the complex science behind animal protection and wildlife conservation easy to understand so that each person can assess, consider, and modify their impact on the natural world. We even make it fun, when appropriate. Explore our lessons and activities…because education is the heart of animal protection.
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New England Primate Conservancy is an animal protection and wildlife conservation organization that makes its greatest impact through education.
It is driven by a commitment to leave a legacy of hope and tools to build a better tomorrow for all the Earth's citizens.
The Earth is losing species at an alarming rate, and mostly due to human activities. 69% of primate species are threatened by extinction. 100% are losing habitat to human activities. If they are at risk, so too is every other species that shares their environment. Saving one species saves many, and ultimately saves us all.
The bad news/good news is that because these destructive problems are due to human activities, they are reversible, repairable, and preventable. We cannot and should not sit back and wait for someone else to do something. We must and can each be the change that we hope for.
In addition to raising awareness about our environmental impact, our humane education programs strive to develop empathy and tolerance toward all creatures, which facilitates the leap to empathy and tolerance for differences in people. Years of study confirm the direct correlation between abuse and neglect of animals and violence against people. Similarly, compassion for our fellow animals can be an indicator of our compassion for each other.
When we protect and advocate for our fellow animals, we are part of a much greater solution.
At New England Primate Conservancy, we strive to make the complex science behind animal protection and wildlife conservation easy to understand so that anyone can assess, consider, and modify their own impact on the natural world. We pore through science-based publications and “translate” them into language that everyone can embrace. We even succeed at making it fun, when appropriate.
Our conservation- and animal protection-themed lessons incorporate project-based formulae that galvanize learning through active engagement in real-world and personally meaningful activities. Students can work independently or in teams. Standards-based, lessons encourage critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, self-management, project management, and collaboration. All can be applied across multiple academic disciplines, whether to enhance instruction in life sciences, geography, media and technology, vocabulary, mathematics, social studies, writing, or just about any other academic subjects. Very importantly, the lessons are engaging, with games, graphics, videos, and more. And we offer the lessons for free.
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