Otisville, NY, January 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- During this past year, the staff at American Society for the Protection of Nature taken the year to better organize themselves and become established as an American Not for Profit Corporation. During this process they have merged all of the resources of the Adirondack Wilderness Foundation, Adirondack Wilderness Adventures Inc. and the American Wilderness Foundation into this new Not for Profit Organization, known as American Society for the Protection of Nature INC.
This means that as a not for profit organization they do not earn profits for themselves, but instead all of the money earned by or donated to the Organization is used in pursuing the organization's mission and vision.
The American Society for the Protection of Nature fights for the conservation of endangered species that are vulnerable to extinction, important to humans, and powerful icons of nature. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service currently lists approximately 1,200 animals and 750 plants as endangered or threatened in North America.
The ASPN does this through political activism, conservation education, an annual scholarship, and by working closely with other Conservation Organizations.