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Permanent Shade Structure for BioTrek's Ethnobotany Garden

$3,530
78%
Raised toward our $4,500 Goal
20 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on October 28, at 11:59 PM PDT
Project Owners

Courtney

Schultz

$50

Oct 28, 2022

Pamela

Sperry-Zwingman

$50

Oct 28, 2022

Alexis

Lopez

$20

Oct 28, 2022

Anonymous

$50

Oct 27, 2022

Maria

Barba

$100

Oct 27, 2022

Richard

Rodriguez

$2,500

Oct 27, 2022

Julie

Norman

$20

Oct 26, 2022

Scott

Lawrence

$50

Oct 26, 2022

Yessenia

Rivas

Oct 25, 2022

Anonymous

$50

Oct 24, 2022

Anonymous

Oct 24, 2022

Joan

Leong

Oct 24, 2022

Anonymous

$50

Oct 21, 2022

Kelly

Knowles

$50

Oct 19, 2022

Anonymous

$20

Oct 19, 2022

Jena

Portanova

$100

Oct 19, 2022

Karen

Blitz

$100

Oct 18, 2022

william

burrows

$100

Oct 17, 2022

Ansel

Zhao

$50

Oct 17, 2022

Joseph

Bobich

$50

Oct 17, 2022
Levels
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$20

Anniversary

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the BioTrek facilities, this gift will help us get started on the road to success!

$50

Acorn

The acorns of the local oaks were the food staple of the Tongva and other Native Americans in Southern California.

$100

Walnut

Southern California Black Walnut is the most common native tree on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona and was an excellent source of fats and proteins for the native Tongva.

$500

Galileo

Galileo is our resident iguana and the newest member of the BioTrek family. He became locally famous because of his naming contest in August. This donation level is a ninth of our goal.

$1,000

Jacare and Lara

Our Cuvier's dwarf caimans, Jacare and Lara, are the stars of BioTrek. They are our largest animals and when you visit the Rainforest Learning Center, you can often find them hanging out together on the rock ledge of their enclosure. Just one donation at this level will get us within 78% of our funding goal!

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