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Waterkeeper Alliance

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Waterkeeper Alliance is the fastest growing global environmental movement uniting more than 215 Waterkeeper organizations around the world and focusing citizen advocacy on the issues that affect our waterways, from pollution to climate change. Waterkeepers patrol more than 1.5 million square miles of rivers, streams and coastlines on six continents….

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The Wilderness Classroom Organization

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The Wilderness Classroom started with a simple idea: to improve students’ core academic skills and appreciation for the environment by introducing elementary and middle school students to the wonders of exploration and wilderness travel. The Wilderness Classroom is a 501(c)3 that reaches over 2,700 teachers and 85,000 students around the…

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Greening Forward

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Greening Forward is a youth-driven, youth-imagined environmental network of 1,500 young changemakers. Our collective impact engages 10,000 community members in campaigns that recycle 120 tons of waste, plant over 200 trees, and save over 155,000 gallons of water. Greening Forward hopes to continue in this pattern of achievement, and to…

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St. Louis Earth Day

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VISION Engaged people and organizations make everyday sustainability real and permanent for St. Louis. MISSION St. Louis Earth Day makes every day Earth Day, cultivating environmental stewardship and engaging individuals, governments, businesses, schools and the non-profit sector in celebration, education and action to support a healthy and sustainable future. VALUES…

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The Edible Schoolyard Project

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The mission of the Edible Schoolyard Project is to build and share an edible education curriculum for kindergarten through high school. We envision gardens and kitchens as interactive classrooms for all academic subjects, and a free, nutritious, organic lunch for every student. Integrating this curriculum into schools can transform the…

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Clear Water Carbon Fund

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The Clear Water Carbon Fund (clearwatercarbonfund.org) plants trees along streams and rivers in Maine and Vermont to protect clean water, create wildlife habitat, enhance local recreational opportunities, and help fight climate change. Each tree planted removes at least 570 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere; keeps water clean by…

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Amphibian Survival Alliance

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Amphibians are at the forefront of what is being widely referred to as the sixth mass extinction event on earth. Around a half of over 7,000 amphibian species are in decline, a third are on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened species, and…

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World Oceans Day

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June 8th is World Oceans Day – when thousands of people around the world celebrate and take action to create a healthier ocean for everyone. Earth is 70% ocean, yet we often focus 100% on land. Meanwhile the ocean, and the vital role it plays in human life, faces serious…

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Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation

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Frustrated by the disconnect between ocean research on the one hand and resulting public action on the other, Jen Kennedy and Dianna Schulte founded Blue Ocean Society in 1996, incorporating the organization six years later. Thanks to a bevy of engaging and educational outreach programs, the organization has since become…

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American Forest

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American Forests protects and restores urban and rural forests. Founded in 1875, the oldest national nonprofit conservation organization in the country has served as a catalyst for many of the most important milestones in the conservation movement, including the founding of the U.S. Forest Service, the national forest and national…

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