WWF: Carve a Pumpkin for Conservation

October 5th, 2007 10:39 am by Kelly Garbato

Too cute!

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From: World Wildlife Fund – ecomments [at] wwfus.org
Date: Oct 1, 2007 1:30 PM
Subject: WWF: Carve a Pumpkin for Conservation

Carve a Pumpkin for Conservation
Going Wild With Pumpkins

Photo via Johnny Huh

This Halloween, show your support for conservation by displaying pumpkins carved with WWF nature-themed stencils!

Want a jack-o-lantern this Halloween that all your neighbors will be talking about? These WWF nature-themed stencils make it easy and fun for the whole family to carve a great pumpkin… and creatively show your support of conservation! You can also win a prize for your creation by entering the Going Wild With Pumpkins photo challenge from Snapfish by HP if you visit www.snapfish.com: http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/site/R?i=V3DKfX24ff6OJBm6OJDfvQ..

It’s fun and easy to participate!

1. Download your favorite WWF Wild Pumpkin stencils from the HP Activity Center.

2. Carve wild pumpkins with your friends and family.

3. Shoot digital photos of your favorite wild pumpkin display.

4. Upload your photos to Snapfish and share with the world.

5. Vote on Snapfish for your favorite Wild Pumpkin photo and compete for a chance to win 100 different prizes.

Get Stencils

Upload Photos

Learn more about Going Wild With Pumpkins, check out WWF’s 10 Green Halloween Tips and discover the ways that WWF is working to save wild animals and wild places.


World Wildlife Fund
1250 24th St. NW
Washington, DC 20037-1193



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