THE ENDANGERED SPECIES PRINT PROJECT
BRAND NEW PRINTS!
California Tiger Salamander
Ganges River Dolphin
American Burying Beetle

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The Endangered Species Print Project has raised over $13,000 so far to support biodiversity conservation. Help us reach our new $20k goal by purchasing a print!

The Endangered Species Print Project was initiated by artists Jenny Kendler and Molly Schafer in 2009 from a simple but novel idea: to create art prints of endangered species with limited editions to mirror the small number of individuals remaining in the wild.

Proceeds benefit each animal or plant represented in a print. For example, the Seychelles Sheath-tailed bat is critically endangered with only 37 individuals remaining, so the print-run is limited to 37 prints.

Today, ESPP has raised $13,000 for conservation with 27 prints by 16 different artists.