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I have volunteered and worked here for the past 4 years. It is amazing what using the horse as a therapy tool can do. Gaits is a family, the volunteers, staff, clients and their families work incredibly... more
AVIS has been around since 1894, preserving land and making it available for the public to enjoy. Without AVIS much of the 1,100... more »
- Andover, MA
If biased as a founder and CEO, I've also had the best chance to get a long-term and comprehensive view of SeedTree's impacts,... more »
- Stockton Spgs, ME
As coordinator for the Santa Clara Valley Water District's education outreach program, I have found the Water Education Foundation... more »
- Sacramento, CA
The Altar Valley Conservation Alliance is a model for others, bringing together community stakeholders in common pursuit of environmentally... more »
- Tucson, AZ
My town had tried to start an Energy Committee. It worked for a little while then fell apart. Later, SERG contacted people and... more »
- Thetford Ctr, VT
we planted a garden for local neighbors. It was a really great cause; I completely support the program more »
- New Orleans, LA
Talk about great organization! At all of the NPC events that I have attended, the food was superb, the venue was well organized,... more »
- San Francisco, CA
I have been a docent at Placer Nature Center since 1994 and have seen thousands of school children enjoy all that the center has... more »
- Auburn, CA
This organization does the work that I would love to do but simply can't make an impact as an individual. Since they fight for... more »
- Eugene, OR
Mimi G. wrote:
I have volunteered in many areas at the SNC and have enjoyed all so much. They do such great work saving so many hurt and abandon... more »
- Coral Springs, FL
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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