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The Zoo is an active member of this program that supports, coordinates and markets environment educational programs. It also ties the Zoo to a variety of local conservation projects.



The opening of the Crean Family Farm in 2004 provided the opportunity to bring this unique program to the Zoo. Focusing on domestic breeds that are endangered, the Zoo is bringing rare animals into the facility for breeding and public education. Animals of this type presently residing at the Zoo include: jacob sheep, Hog Island sheep, churro-navajo sheep, Nigerian dwarf goats, a dexter cow, San Clemente Island goats, Narragansett turkeys, buttercup chickens, saxony ducks, an Exmoor pony, and American buff geese.


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