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WRF intends to resource the Zoo-Park Partnerships Project with America’s Keystone Wildlife Grants to build capacity for in situ and ex situ veterinary, rescue and rehabilitation, animal propagation and husbandry, and other interventions that stabilize and secure park wildlife populations.
Grant funds typically leverage a 2:1 match in-kind for every resource dollar raised and distributed. Through the generous services of Arnold & Porter, WRF applied to the IRS to become a recognized nonprofit organization and expects to receive IRS 501(c)(3) status this year.
Please contact Julie Anton Randall, WRF President, at email@example.com for how to become part of our growing Philanthropic Circle.
Migration Challenge Partners
Red River Zoo
The Red River Zoo features exotic and native animals from areas around the world with similar climates to the Red River Valley. They specialize in the care and breeding of some of the world rarest cold climate species.