CREW Celebrates 30 Years of Saving Species with Science

Excerpt from 10-09-2011 Enquirer Article Written by John Johnston

Thirty years ago this month, in a small basement room of the Elephant House, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden began a research program aimed at saving endangered animals from extinction.

From those humble beginnings evolved a program that today can boast of numerous scientific breakthroughs and “a cutting-edge laboratory that's shoulder to shoulder with the best in

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the world,” said Paul Boyle, senior vice president for conservation and education for the Silver Spring, Md.-based Association of Zoos & Aquariums.

Since 1991 the program has occupied a building on zoo grounds officially known as the Carl H. Lindner Jr. Family Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife, or CREW. It was the first facility at a zoo dedicated to both animal and plant conservation research.

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