Welcome to Froghaven Farm. Froghaven Farm, located in Bon Aqua, Tennessee, is run by Lisa Powers, Biologist/Herpetologist. While there is a real place called Froghaven Farm, Froghaven Farm is more a collection of the diverse ideas and talents of Lisa.
Contract biology, web design, photography, educational programs and educational material design are some of the services offered by Froghaven Farm.
Simple, elegant and easy to navigate are the key characteristics of a Froghaven Farm designed web site. Please visit these sites to see some of this work. Contact Froghaven Farm for affordable pricing.
Lizards of Tennessee (coming soon)
Naturally, Lisa's photography follows her innate interest in Nature. While reptiles and amphibians are perhaps her favorite subjects; insects, fish, birds, mammals, and wildflowers are surely not overlooked.
Lisa and her critters are often in demand for school programs, scout meetings, summer camps, club meetings and other events in the middle/west Tennessee area. Here are a list of educational programs you may choose from:
Live Reptile Program
Declining Amphibians (with Living Specimens)
Frogs and Toads of Tennessee (PowerPoint)
Year of the Snake (PowerPoint & Live Animals)
Salamanders of Tennessee (PowerPoint)
Snakes of Tennessee (PowerPoint)
Photo by Ritchie King
California Kingsnake - Tickles
Lisa has been writing popular magazine articles about the natural world since 2003. She has been published in Tennessee Wildlife Magazine and the Tennessee Conservationist Magazine.
Year of the Frog, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine -
Create an Aquatic Habitat for Your Yard or Deck,Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, Nov.-Dec., 2007.
Don't Turn It Loose, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, Sept.-Oct., 2007.
Venomous Creatures of Tennessee, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, May-June, 2007.
Tennessee’s Living Waters, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, July-Aug., 2006.
A Closer Look at Toads, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, Mar.-Apr., 2005.
Tennessee’s Life Down Under, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, Nov.-Dec., 2004.
Slow and Steady: Losing the Race, Tennessee Wildlife Magazine, May-June, 2004.
The World at Your Feet, Tennessee Conservationist Magazine, July-Aug., 2003.
You’re Counting What?, Tennessee Wildlife Magazine, Jan.-Feb., 2003.
Photo by Warren Duzak
Contact the TWRA Wildlife Library at 615-781-6544 to request free printed copies:
The Reptile Review (pdf) - A Handout on the Snakes of Tennessee
Frogs and Toads of Tennessee (pdf) - Poster
Salamanders of Tennessee (pdf) - Poster
Available Online Only:
Photo by Melissa McMillan Allen
Project Noah Blogs by Lisa Powers
August 14, 2012 - Species Spotlight: Lively Lizards
August 23, 2012 - Carnivorous Plants
September 11, 2012 - Lets Talk Scientific Classification
September 21, 2012 - Snakes! Why did it have to be Snakes?
September 23, 2012 - Fassscinating Sssnakesss
September 28, 2012 - Litter Kills!
October 26, 2012 - Awash in Fall Colors!
December 05, 2012 - A Day in the Life of a Herpetologist
Fundraiser for Lisa
My current vehicle was damaged by my wheelchair and lift. I am now in need of a customized handicapped van to transport my wheelchair, which weighs over 350 pounds. Since my income is extremely limited, and I do not have the funds to purchase one of these expensive vehicles, I am now in need of your help. Please help me generate the funds needed to purchase an accessible van.
Please see my Fundraising Page here:
Photo By Shirley Williams
Lisa Powers renowned Herpetologist plows the path @ Beaverdam Swamp Boardwalk on Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge.
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17 January 2013