In 1996 Grimaud founded the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit in South Salem, NY committed to preserving and protecting critically endangered wolf species with purpose and passion, through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction, and inspiring science-based education programs to both children and adults alike.
“We presently educate more than 35,000 people annually by teaching them about wolves, their crucial relationship to the environment, and how we can all work together to protect them against the possibility of extinction,” explained Grimaud. “You can help support the WCC by attending performances on April 25th and 26th at the Palace Theater in Stamford, CT. And you can further support the WCC by attending a pre-concert dinner on April 25th or join me at an intimate post-concert dinner at a private home on April 26th.”
The Wolf Conservation Center is an environmental education organization committed to conserving wolf populations in North America through science-based education programming and participation in the federal Species Survival Plans for the critically endangered Mexican gray wolf and red wolf. Through wolves the WCC teaches the broader message of conservation, ecological balance, and personal responsibility for improved human stewardship of our World. For more information, visit www.nywolf.org and follow on Facebook and Twitter.
New Canaan Editors Note: I took my parents back to visit the wolves today and it was once again fantastic. The sanctuary is only 20 miles away from New Canaan. You also see Hawks (we saw Red Tail) buzzards. Check out my video of Alex feeding the 'Ambassadors' on our Facebook Page HERE.
Photo Credit: Thorge Huter