Celebrating 50 Years
Over the years, Quest Foundation has generated countless arts/ecology/science projects. At any time, Quest Foundation is involved with a number of undertakings; each designed to raise awareness and help develop solutions to present and emergent concerns.
For over five decades, Quest Foundation has championed ecosystem research conservation through science, education and the arts. It has been a pioneer in the development of innovative ecologically-oriented books, exhibits, publications and documentaries
Partnerships are critical to maintain broad base communication, support and success in the environmental arts and science arena. We have maintained close partnerships with leading conservation groups, schools, universities, environmental foundations, artists, corporations, and governmental units on a local, state and international level. We provide conservation media, educational tools and services to these institutions and organizations; products which they would not be able to obtain from other sources.
Quest Foundation has excelled in our ability to leverage limited funding for the greatest possible outcome. Through our skilled staff and network of volunteer professionals and board members we have produced high quality and timely products and programs over fifty years.
Our General Administrative support consists of three staff: Our executive director, our assistant director/project manager, and our communications director along with a wide variety of ongoing volunteer support. This unusual blending of staff skills allows us to produce a large amount of work product and to tackle projects typically demanding of much large budgets and staffing teams.
The Challenge and Goal
The Challenge and Goal is to understand that the Earth represents global ecological consciousness that embraces how ecosystems work together as one self-serving unit benefiting itself which in turn helps humanity.”
The late Jim Fowler of Wild Kingdom describes “sustainable consumption and caring capacity of the land is the ability of any single species or group of species to live healthily and multiply within its own habitat”
Arts & Ecology in the Americas
The Arts and Ecology in the Americas program primary objective is to research, identify and support leading conservation artisans, environmental educators and musicians throughout the Americas from the Arctic to the Amazon. This one of a kind program brings together leaders in each of the creative fields who are collectively able to play a major role in the understanding of biodiversity and conservation of “critical habitat” areas in the Americas.