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When there is only so much financial aid to be given out, that means there will be many students whose need outweighs their aid. That's where Blue White comes in, and they do it so well. Blue White helps... 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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