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Calling all Wildlife Lovers! Treat your Valentine to a sweet yet conservation-oriented gift this year. All proceeds from our Cupcakes for Conservation fundraiser are donated to organizations doing on-the-ground work to save species and their habitats. Order deadline is February 12 at 5pm! 

Each organic, Texas-sized cupcake is locally hand made (by the members of Redwood Coast AAZK) with a completely edible fondant animal topper and presented in a decorated box. Your purchase also includes a personalized card, a keepsake photo of the species, and FREE delivery from McKinleyville to Fortuna on Valentine's Day. All proceeds from the sale are donated to the Turtle Survival Alliance and Save the Redwoods League.

We offer free delivery from McKinleyville to Fortuna on Friday, February 14th. Alternatively, you may pick up your order at the Sequoia Park Zoo ticket booth on Feb 14th between 10am and 5pm. Preorder your Radiated Tortoise Cupcake and/or your Banana Slug Cupcake before they are all gone!

This year, the conservation efforts of both organizations help restore and protect habitats that house countless plants and animal species in addition to the radiated tortoises and banana slugs. By ordering these cupcakes, you will aid a truly wonderful organization AND receive a tasty piece of edible art. Get yours today!

Turtle Survival Alliance is a nonprofit organization with projects across the world to save turtle and tortoise species from extinction. They restore and help protect species in the wild and boost species’ populations in captivity through assurance colonies. In 2018, they were recognized for their amazing work aiding in the rehabilitation and release of over 10,000 critically endangered radiated tortoises that had been stolen from the wild in Madagascar and were confiscated from poachers.

Learn more at www.turtlesurvival.org

Save the Redwoods League is a nonprofit organization that protects and restores California’s redwood forests and connects people to this unique ecosystem. They purchase redwood forests and surrounding land, protecting over 200,000 acres and helping to create 66 redwood parks and reserves.

Learn more at www.savetheredwoods.org


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