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Center for Ecosystem Survival

The Adopt-An-Acre® and Adopt A Reef® programs raise funds for habitat preservation by awarding colorful and inspirational honorary "deeds" for land purchase and protection. By choosing to adopt rainforest or coral reef land from sites located in Brazil, Indonesia, Micronesia, Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica, you are making sure that your money goes toward the on-site conservation of these endangered and irreplacable ecosystems.
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699 Mississippi St, suite 106
San Francisco , CA 94107
Contact Person: Norman Gershenz
Phone: 415-648-3390
Fax: 415-648-3392
E-Mail: norm@savenature.org
Website: http://www.savenature.org

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The Center for Ecosystem Survival (CES) is dedicated to creating global partnerships to inspire broad based participation in the conservation of biological diversity through ecosystem protection worldwide. CES works in partnership with schools, universities, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, natural history museums and science centers worldwide to protect wildlife in nature.

The goal of Center for Ecosystem Survival (CES) is to preserve plants, animals, and natural communities by enabling the broadest possible public base to participate in halting environmental devastation through the preservation of wildlife and their ecosystems. To achieve this goal, a synergistic partnership of informal science institutions, in-situ conservation organizations, in-country non-governmental organizations, and the public in the form of families, individuals, and school groups has been designed.

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