Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute, Inc.
Rating: 4.83 stars 6 reviews
Issues: Environment, Water
Location: PO Box 8596 1040 Rodeo Dr Moscow ID 83843 USA
Target demographics: connect people, place and community
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 2,600 students learn about important environmental issues, connected with over 860 volunteers, and planted thousands of trees throughtout the region
Geographic areas served: the Palouse-Clearwater region
Programs: The Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) was established in 1986 by citizens of the Palouse Prairie in reaction to local and international environmental issues. Since then, we have actively engaged our community in issues of public health, waste and recycling, fish & wildlife habitat, water quality, sustainable agriculture and pesticide use, transportation, alternative energy, and ground water. PCEI has a history of capitalizing on immediate environmental issues and converting them into educational opportunities for community growth and improvement. As a result, we were recognized as a Founder of a New Northwest by sustainable Northwest, Oregon Solutions, and the Governor of Oregon in 2000. Current programmatic focus areas are Watershed Restoration, Alternative Transportation, Community Gardening, and Environmental Education.
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I have 30 years experience in environmental regulation and management, specifically water quality remediation, restoration, and project management. I have worked with PCEI prioritizing and funding water quality restoration projects since 1994 and continue to monitor their work. PCEI provides a value added social and environmental service to our watershed communities through example. I recommend involvement in PCEI to everyone, including my grandkids.
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