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World Heritage Animal Genomic Resources

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Wildlife Preservation & Protection

Mission: Agricultural and natural resource biodiversity conservation and education

Programs: World heritage animal genomic resources has continued outreach to academic institutions to design educational biodiversity educational programs which will benefit the global public interest

protect and preserve heritage agricultural animal breeds to ensure genomic conservation which will benefit world food security.

continued advancement of the world heritage animal genomic resources and agricultural animal conservation center. The aim is to serve humanity as a non governmental multinational animal genomic backup and/or primary holding facility

continued collaboration partnership with land conservation entities

preservation and storage of angr materials with academic collaborating institutions

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 4

do yall have penguins and snow leopards because me and my friend Jasmine love those two animals so yeah.


Rating: 5

OMG! What amazing animals and folks at Birchwood! I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity to help advance their mission. I learned so much about how humanity relies on agricultural animals to survive. Thanks heavens they are out there working hands on " in the trenches and on the front lines" to help all of us save these precious resources.


Rating: 5

Birchwood Conservancy is a remarkable all volunteer organization which is going above and beyond to make sure that the world's animal biodiversity is protected and preserved for future generations. Each and every dollar I donated went to serve at risk species and support the development of the WORLD HERITAGE ANIMAL GENETIC REPOSITORY Institute Global Initiative. They are lean and effective and have been doing this work for over 20 years without recognition. I want to stand up and give them my three cheers for their amazing work which is making a real time impact to prevent extinction. Bravo!!