Next week will be the 10th annual World Wildlife Day, a global observance created by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate wildlife and the conservation work being done to ensure the ecosystems thrive.
We are at a time of transition for our Board of Directors of WISDOM Good Works, as we say farewell to two people who helped us launch this nonprofit and welcome two others to our ranks.
On the website of A Place Called Hope, a rehabilitation center for birds of prey in Killingworth, Connecticut, you can buy a t-shirt or bandana emblazoned with the image of a Great Horned Owl encircled by the words “Stop Poisoning Our Food – Ban Rodenticides!”
As we welcome in the New Year, all of us at WISDOM Good Works are filled with gratitude for your support of our efforts to help bring ecological balance to our planet in 2023.
As WISDOM Good Works closes the book on 2023, we would like to thank all of you for taking this journey with us.
Through your unwavering support, we have made significant strides in our mission to restore ecological balance through our fertility-control technology that is organic, effective, and eliminates the need for dangerous poisons.
Good news is coming out of Boston! We have reached a critical phase in our project in Hyde Square, a residential enclave within the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston that is hosting one of our pilot programs for our fertility-control technology.
Happy Giving Tuesday! On this day of global generosity, we would like you to invest in a mission that has global implications.
As this special day of gratitude fills our hearts with warmth and thanks, we at WISDOM Good Works would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all of you working every day to achieve ecological balance in our world.
Question: Several WISDOM Good Works projects are within sensitive animal environments such as zoos, animal sanctuaries and, of course, the Galapagos Islands. Places where animal welfare is a high concern. Are you concerned about the welfare of the rodents too?
Environmentalists and wildlife advocates scored a major win earlier this month when California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB1322, the California Ecosystems Protection Act of 2023, into law.