"Keep the World Slimy"
Our Mission is:
To disseminate information about the threats to salamanders and their habitats
To increase awareness about salamander diversity, biology, and conservation
To raise money for salamander conservation, education, and research
To fund salamander conservation, education and/or research initiatives through an annual grant
Now accepting applications for the 2020 Daniel M. DiGiacomo Grant! See the Call for Proposals for more information.
Vernal Pool coloring book by FCSal grant winner Kristine Hoffmann now available.
Save the Date for the 5th Annual Salamander Saturday on May 2nd, 2020.
Amphibian Report Card Launched! Learn about our latest project (click here)
Daniel M. DiGiacomo Grant Update now available.(click here)
Purchasing any of the items on the website directly support salamander conservation and research grants. Check them out here.
We aim to increase awareness about the deforestation for the production of disposable chopsticks and educate about salamanders and their diversity within the United States, while raising money to support salamander conservation, education, and research.
Visit our grants section to apply for grant funds from November to January 15th or to view past grant recipients.
Salamander Saturday is an initiative started by FCSal to raise awareness about salamanders, their habitats, and their role in the ecosystem. We are encouraging organizations around the world to hold an event on this day promoting global unity in the effort to protect salamanders.
We are a small non-profit designed to provide funding for salamander research, education, and conservation initiatives. You can help us help salamanders by donating, attending events, and purchasing merchandise.