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I started with CfR Montana Trailhead Country in 2008 when I was asked to volunteer as one of the Fly Fishing Instructors for their very first retreat, and I have been with them ever since. I am able to... more
Wonderful, fun and educational programs for all ages. History, science and nature stuff. Trails are great. Lots of family and... more »
- Middletown, NJ
I am very familiar with the people who work at DVNHA and they have been so helpful and supportive throughout my internship at... more »
- Death Valley, CA
I worked with ELPC this past summer, and I enjoyed my experience very much. ELPC is not only passionate about protecting the... more »
- Chicago, IL
Environment Northeast is an exceptional organization that advocates for environmental policy that improves the quality of air... more »
- Rockport, ME
I love volunteering with Tree Trust! They facilitate the tree plantings in the community they serve making cities more beautiful... more »
- St. Louis Park, MN
As a high school student, I went from the South Side of Chicago to Olympic National Park to do conservation work in the wilderness.... more »
- Charlestown, NH
I have experienced working in the field with CI in southeast asia. Very sad because teh decision were made in office in major... more »
- Arlington, VA
Summit Land Conservancy is an accredited land trust. Accreditation means Summit Land Conservancy meets national quality standards... more »
- Park City, UT
Don E. wrote:
Out of my 11 years of involvement there is much I could write. But, I will just mention two recent experiences: Last year, despite... more »
- Colorado Spgs, CO
I have been involved with the USGBC at our local chapter level and the last few years at a national level. I started soon after... more »
- Washington, DC
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.
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