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I attended a Little Kids Rock teacher training in 2010 — all day on Saturday and Sunday. I came away with a great deal of valuable curriculum and teaching ideas. Two weeks later, my school received 30... more
Elsie K. wrote:
I walk on the Halstead property almost every day. If I don't walk there I walk through the meadow that was part of the Arnold... more »
- Kennett Square, PA
ELAW has been responsible for helping BELPO establish a website and I have been part of the group building it. It has been a fascinating... more »
- Eugene, OR
Life Net (http://www.lifenetnature.org) is a great non-profit helping wild bird conservancy in South America and Jaguar conservancy... more »
- Willcox, AZ
We approached 1000 Friends for Geographic Information Services (GIS) assistance when we were preparing for our Cookie Walkabout... more »
- Minneapolis, MN
As director of Virginia Forest Watch i first applied to ESC for financial assistance in 2003 to help us with board development... more »
- Washington, DC
I thoroughly enjoyed volunteering at Raccoon Creek. The drive out there was beautiful, the land itself and water are absolutely... more »
- Athens, OH
I have worked with the Upper Valley Land Trust for a relatively short period of time but have been impressed with the job they... more »
- Hanover, NH
As a staff member, volunteer and later, a donor, I saw how Greenbelt Alliance worked both from the inside out and the outside... more »
- San Francisco, CA
CWAG, Citizens Water Advocacy Group is one of my favorite non profits because of the technical and scientific back ground of many... more »
- Prescott, AZ
An amazing organization that does a great deal of work on a shoestring budget. I think that this group could use a better relationship... more »
- Buffalo, NY
The environment needs our protection. 40% of American rivers are now too polluted for swimming, fishing, or aquatic life. In the US, factories produce 3 million tons of toxic air annually.
Many nonprofits exist to teach how to be green and respect the environment. Living in a sustainable way and teaching future generations the importance of protecting the environment is crucial.
If you already realize the importance of a green lifestyle, teach others by encouraging recycling and composting, or by planting a tree on earth day. Find a nonprofit near you to join the cause.