This website it what I been waiting for to write about.my passion for recycling made it feel easier.
When I start my project I think about nature in my region, but I know that ecological problems are not only in my country. To know more about places like this I find this nonprofit and read others problem. It is inspired me write own project and protect the nature.
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project(NWP) is a wonderful organization that promotes environmental stewardship. The NWP informs people about the importance of environmental sustainability and what they can do to help. One of my favorite aspects of this organization is that it emphasizes that everyone can have a postive impact on the environment.
The Apprentice Ecologist Initiative engages people around the world. Apprentice Ecologists are young volunteers that conduct their own environmental project and write an essay about their project. Three Apprentice Ecologists are selected to win an $850 scholarship each year. As an Apprentice Ecologist, I have learned about the power of taking initiative and how I can contribute to establishing a more environmentally-sound planet.
Moreover, people of all ages participate in the NWP's annual Make a Difference Day and National Trail Day. The organization also promotes recycling and works to eliminate nonnative species.
Also, the NWP sells Eco-Socks, which are made from all environmentally-friendly materials and/or recycled materials, and are produced by sock manufactures that practice fair trade and fair labor.
I highly encourage you to support the NWP and become a volunteer!
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I appreciate the actions that this organization takes towards motivating and empowering young persons to make an difference in their environment - through education and promotion of action. I am happy to have come across this organization, and to be a part of it. I came across this organization due to a scholarship that this organization made available to young persons who lead a project of their own. It inspired me to take further action in assisting the environmental conditions of my community. I was grateful for the opportunity granted by this organization.
Thank you for your great support. We are now more confident and focused to achieve a green and clean world.
Nicodemus Wilderness is an excellent organization because it promotes environmental conservation projects and commitment to our planet, I am very happy to have the opportunity to participate through NWP Apprentice Ecologist this is a great opportunity to share environmental experiences with others.
I made a purchase from Nicodemus and I am so glad that I did. The socks are awesome and the customer service is the best. I love this organization and the all the good they do!
This was a very good experience, it is truly good for rewarding people and groups who care about and want to improve the environment.
An environmental and human rights NGO based in CARAGA Region XIII engaged in policy reforms and legal advocacy on natural resource management, promotion of people’s rights, good governance, and the pursuit for genuine local autonomy and development. Local autonomy enhanced through effective governance, sustainable environmental management and promotion of people’s rights in partnership with marginalized sectors and local government. APREDEC works with marginalized sectors and local governments in CARAGA Region XIII and beyond, through policy reforms, legal advocacy, alliance building, sustainable and democratic environmental governance and management arrangements within the context of participatory development APREDEC exists to engage in advocacy work for reforms and development of creative policies, executive-legislative agenda designed to enhance access and control of local population recognized as preferred resource users secured from constant threats and exploitations by strangers over existing forests, land, marine and aquatic resources. In particular, it aims:
To engage in advocacy work for policy reforms and development, legislative and executive agenda, resource-enhancement and revenue generation measures at the local, regional and national levels;
To establish network of legal service providers and extend institutionalized legal assistance to advocates and wardens of coastal/marine resources and environmental protection;
To undertake feasibility studies,
program and project proposals in various fields of development such as, but not limited to, local resource management, law and order enforcement initiatives, promotion and institutionalization of stewardship, transparency and accountability among national and local government agencies;
To coordinate, carry out, or receive scholarship grants and programs, study tours and internship projects, for the propagation of its avowed vision, mission and goals; and
To solicit funds, perform economic activities, receive contributions, donations, gifts, bequest, legacies or endowments in the pursuit of its purposes of existence.
I ordered organic cotton socks, because I have an allergic reaction to regular socks. I ordered size 9-11 for my size 10 feet. Apparently, however, that size for socks translates to size 4-7 for men's shoes. I posted an angry note on the Website, and then wrote them off. However, I got a personal response from someone who had obviously read my post with real concern. They offered to take back the socks and send me the correct size. Which they did, even though I had already washed the socks (didn't realize they were too small until I tried them on after washing). They have followed up several times since. What was a bad experience has turned into a very good one. Could not ask for a better response.
I believe Nicodemus' initiative is admirable, and then encourage volunteer efforts that effect all aspect of environmental protection, not just the traditional outreach efforts.
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project has been instrumental in maintaining this adopted area of the Albuquerque Foothills. They have been a willing partner and enthusiastic with their support of the community and the students volunteers. I have only had positive experiences working shoulder to shoulder and in partnership with all involved across the years. Bill Pentler
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project (NWP) teamed up with the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division to adopt the Piedra Lisa Open Space in 2000. At this time the Piedra Lisa Canyon was still suffering from the abuse it had seen prior to it becoming a part of the City of Albuquerque's Open Space program. Since adopting this canyon within the Sandia Foothills, with its rare riparian area, the NWP has helped organize 3 conservation projects each year to help elimate evasive plant species, replant native trees and shrubs, remove graffiti, reduce erosion, construct and maintain trails, and cleanup trash and recyclables. Throughout the last 10 years the NWP has recruited over a thousand volunteers to participate in these conservation projects, with a special focus on involving youth groups. The efforts of the NWP, locally here in ALbuquerque and internationally, have made a difference in the lives of many young people and has had a positve effect on our natural environment.
I have worked with the Nicodemus Wilderness Project (NWP) on their annual Spring Sandia Foothills Conservation project and Make a Difference Day Cleanup for three years. These two events on average bring out 100 volunteers to do trash cleanup, graffiti removal, and trail maintenance in one of the most important natural areas of the City of Albuquerque. In addition to these annual events, their Apprentice Ecologist Initiative, which allows kids from all over the world to get first hand experience with conservation projects and a chance to win a scholarship to continue their work. Their level of dedication and professionalism is outstanding and I highly recommend them as an organization.
As a close partner working with the Nicodemus Wilderness Project, my experience overall was wonderful. The large amount of work we completed in half a day will continue to keep the area beautiful and enjoyable for all public users as well as the important aspect of cleaning, maintaining, and enhancing the natural environment. My experience working with NWP was rewarding on many accounts. I look forward to working with them again this year. Thank you Nicodemus for protecting the natural environment through community volunteer organizing!
my experience is always great. i feel like a new person every time i leave piedra lisa open space. Nicodemus does a wonderful job at making sure all of its volunteers are up to date, fed and hydrated, and have the proper supervision during the work.
I live on the East Coast but have heard great things about the Nicodemus Wilderness Project both by word of mouth and in the media. This is a wonderful group providing much needed volunteer services for environmental clean up and involvement not only locally, but nationally and internationally. Impressive!
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project is an amazing organization many ways. When it comes to environmental issues, they achieve a spectacular goal of educating the coming generations by promoting contests among young students from highschool and college to take an initiative to positively impact Earth's environments. This is not only a efficient way to stimulate younger generations be proactive and care about our world, but also an inspiring experience to others. I had my first contact with NWP when submitted my essay about my experience with recycling project in Pantanal's community, in Brazil. Through their website I could inspire and be inspired by other students' projects, and this year I helped choosing this year's winner of the award.
After meeting project directors Rob and Yih-Ming, I have continued to donate to this project and to share it with others through the classes I teach. Each year I receive incredible progress reports of the amount of inner city students the Project is now bringing in to the Sandia Mts to clean up and to learn about nature. I am a professor in Maryland and someday hope to hike those same trails with my granddaughters, dragging out own bags of collected debris. WHAT A MARVELOUS CONCEPT...THE NEXT GENERATION AND CITY KIDS EMBRACING WILDLIFE AND RIVERS.
I had a great time becuase everything is very well organized and everyone who is there really wants to help. With everyone's help we all have a great time and we accomplish a lot which makes you feel very good about yourself. At the end of your day you know you made a difference and NWP (Nicodemus Wilderness Project) organizes and brings everything together to make it a positive experience.
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project is true to it's words and has continued it's mission to improve the land that we live on. It has done so in a grassroots effort that has spread internationally emphasizing education of today's youth to preserve the landscape around us.
I have a five year experience in teaching PHYSICS.I also worked with insurance sector for six months and also in Indian BPO's in my vacations.
This person has not been a volunteer of NWP. This review was received after sending out our April 2010 environmental eNewsletter (available to anyone who had signed up online).Â We responded to this person via email (as did GreatNonprofits) about their erroneous review but we never received a reply or correction to their review.Â Despite this confusion, we do wish them all the best and welcome their participation in our Apprentice Ecologist Initiative in the future.
we are having 300 self help groups , in rural areas of thoothhukudi district we are having volunteers more than 15 years , in stopping ofglobalworming ingrossroot level, invillage level
November 2009 –January 2010: Final project of Bachelor’s Degree : Census of Golden monkeys(Cercopithecus mitis kandti) & Mountain monkeys(Cercopithecus) of GISHWATI FOREST RESERVE Activity budget (behavioral activities) of Golden monkeys in GISHWATI FOREST RESERVE June 2009: Animal and vegetal species inventory at Nyamunini island located in KIVU lake. 5. March 2008. Field trip in Volcanoes National Park, Studying Gorilla ecology behaviors
This person has not been a volunteer of NWP. This review was received after sending out our April 2010 environmental eNewsletter (available to anyone who had signed up online).Â While this sounds interesting, we do not have any projects to census populations of Golden or Mountain monkeys.Â We responded to this person via email (as did GreatNonprofits) about their erroneous review but we never received a reply or correction to their review. Despite this confusion, we do wish them all the best and welcome their participation in our Apprentice Ecologist Initiative in the future.
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project (NWP) provides unique opportunities for young people to conduct their own self-directed environmental stewardship projects. As a current board member and volunteer, it is greatly rewarding to be an active part of the ongoing development of NWP's Apprentice Ecologist Initiative. This service-learning and experiential education program reaches out to youth from around the world who, in turn, have completed truly inspiring projects to help save our environment. The winning partnership between NWP and youth volunteers is making a real difference in communities around the world, one project at a time.