National Wildlife Federation presents Conservation Service Award to Just Frogs’ Thayer Cueter

Thayer Cueter of the Just Frogs Foundation displays the award she received from (far right) Courtney Sullivan, Education Manager, National Wildlife Federation in Seattle and left, David Mizejewski, National Wildlife Federation naturalist from Washington, D.C. With Cueter are Just Frogs volunteers Carolyn Hart-Miley (to her immediate right) and, in back row, Dan Driscol, Gene Wilson and James Burrow. (Volunteer Bob Gutcheck was unable to attend.)
Thayer Cueter of the Just Frogs Foundation displays the award she received from (far right) Courtney Sullivan, Education Manager, National Wildlife Federation in Seattle and far left, David Mizejewski, National Wildlife Federation naturalist from Washington, D.C. Also in the photo are are Just Frogs volunteers Carolyn Hart-Miley (to Cueter’s immediate right) and, in back row, Dan Driscoll, Gene Wilson and James Burrow. Volunteer Bob Gutcheck was unable to attend. (Photo by Tom Dockins)

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) on Thursday presented a regional Conservation Service Award to Thayer Cueter of the Edmonds-based Just Frogs Too Foundation, citing her as “an exceptional community member and volunteer.”

The NWF described Cueter and her foundation (www.justfrogs.com ) as “well-known amphibian educators across the region and a much needed animal rescue location.” They also noted Cueter’s support for the Edmonds Certified Community Wildlife Habitat team.

“The energy, enthusiasm and commitment that Thayer brings to our conservation community inspire others,” the NWF said. “We are very proud to have her as a partner of our organization.”

  1. Congrat’s, The frog lady does a wonderful job educating local communities about her passion & she makes it fun for the kids to learn.

  2. Thank you National Wildlife Federation for your support of our worthy cause. Without Courtney here in Seattle, and Davids support in Washington D.C. many cities across the country would not know what they do now about wildlife ! It takes a army of us frogs to get the job done here in Edmonds. I thank my entire volunteer staff and the local families, and the Exotic Veterinarians for the many hours of hard work they put in to keep my passion a float. Carolyn, Gary, Aydan, Jordan, Bob, James, Dan, Sara, Wendie, Ron, Lisa, Nathan, Boni, Gene, Ruth, Dorothy and Jerry Hopp, Larry, Craig, Chris, Jim, Nancy,and Shoreline Community College and hundreds of schools, Libraries, and educational centers that support us by allowing me to help them to spread the word about frogs and their friends…and keeping wildlife safe. As Kermit says..”its not easy being green”…..its not…but worth the fight. Thank you all for your support! Thayer- Frog Lady.

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