Sequoia Park Zoo supports conservation efforts outside the zoo by raising funds for our conservation partners and providing financial support for select projects through our Conservation Grants Program. Since 2012, we have provided close to $39,000 to these critically important conservation efforts around the world!
Click the links below to learn about the projects we’ve funded, and about how you can apply for a grant.
Support for Field Conservation
2019 Zoo-funded Conservation Projects:
Population Estimate & Habitat Use of African Savanna Elephant in Chebera Churchura National Park, Ethiopia (2019 – $1,440)
Employing Citizen Science to Monitor & Conserve Tigers in the Buffer Zones of Chitwan National Park, Nepal (2019 – $1,500)
Bayside Monarch Project (2019 – $1,450)
Monitoring Humboldt’s Flying Squirrel with Novel Techniques (2019 – $1,032)