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Akoba Communications LLC is a publishing company that provides products and services helping people and the environment.


Amesti Elementary School "Learning to live in harmony in our watershed." Teaching literacy through science and the arts, this school is located in one of the eleven watersheds of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.


Boulder Area Sustainability Information Network (BASIN) Learn about the natural hydrologic cycle from the Boulder Creek Watershed . . . a natural "container" encompassing some 440 square miles and extending from the Continental Divide to the high plains.


California Foundation for Agriculture In the Classroom web site describes teacher resources and activities available to heighten the agricultural awareness of students attending California schools.of the Antioch New England Institute -- Integrating environmental education into all aspects of the K-12 experience.


The Center for Environmental Education of the Antioch New England Institute Integrating environmental education into all aspects of the K-12 experience.


The Children's Water Institute and Children's Water Education Council are community-based charitable organizations that promote environmental awareness through the education of children at Children's Water and Groundwater Festivals!


Classroom Links Get your school project listed at Classroom Links. A wonderful resource for the classroom; all types of links -- every day we have new links and resources -- Add Yours!


Conservation Technology Information Center leads the development of public/private partnerships which promote the enhancement of soil and water quality by equipping agriculture with realistic, affordable, and integrated solutions. Implements programs such as Know Your Watershed


Council on Foundations find your local community foundation (a possible funding source).


Curriculum Enhancers for Water by BEES (Building Environmental Education Solutions) BEES uses a comprehensive approach to environmental education that engages high school students in an in-depth and hands-on examination of local environmental issues.


Delaware Solid Waste Authority Our mission is to define, develop, and implement cost-effective plans and programs for solid waste management which best serve Delaware and protect our public health and environment.


Dickinson County Water Improvement Program (Abilene, KS) A cooperative effort by city, county, state, and federal agencies to reduce nitrate levels in the Sand Springs Aquifer.


Earthwater Stencils A resource for storm drain stenciling: an educational, interactive tool to engage people of all ages in community involvement for watershed pollution prevention.


Eco-ArtWare.com is a web-based gallery of unique, well-made and environmentally friendly gifts. Our natural and recycled products are eco-friendly and sustainable.


The EcoGateway by EcoIQ This guide to online resources serves the information and communication needs of individuals and organizations working to protect our environment and create a sustainable future.


EcoMall: A Place to Help Save the Earth Your link to eco-friendly ideas and products.


Environment for Beginners website is built to help understand the different aspects of pollution and their consequences in our world. Articles and news are added every week.


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency All types of environmental resources available.


Region 6, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas) Environmental resources available. Possible Funding Sources located at: http://www.epa.gov/earth1r6/6wq/at/nps/f_source.htm.


Explore & Discover: A Museum School Partnership This partnership offers a program where students design interactive exhibits that are shared system-wide. School yards, classrooms, corridors and a local mill become places for experimentation, exploration, and discovery.


The Groundwater Foundation is dedicated to informing the public about one of our greatest hidden resources, groundwater. Through our programs and publications we show the benefits everyone receives from groundwater and the very real risks to groundwater. We make learning about groundwater fun and understandable for kids and adults.


HowStuffWorks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Communications, is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works.


Impact 4 Good is a socially conscious company specializing in teambuilding initiatives that make a difference. Our mission is to help companies achieve corporate objectives through effective teambuilding activities that support communities in need worldwide.


International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non-profit, member organization that provides education, resource information and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry.


LakeLubbers describes and compares lake vacation and retirement opportunities throughout the world. They also have an section where lake enthusiasts write articles about lakes and watersheds.


National Drinking Water Clearinghouse Helping small communities by collecting, developing, and providing timely information relevant to drinking water issues. Publications, Fact Sheets, ListServe and more.


National Fish and Wildlife Foundation a non-profit that preserves and restores our nation's native wildlife species and habitats. In 1984, Congress tasked NFWF with a mandate: direct public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and match those investments with private funds.


National NEMO (Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials) Network is a confederation of 32 educational programs in 31 states dedicated to protecting natural resources through better land use and land use planning.


National Tree Trust We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. Our vision is that "We envision a world where trees and forests are abundant, healthy, and sustainable, and highly valued by all people."


North Branch Land Trust is a non-profit organization protecting and preserving lands of special natural and historic value, including farm land, wild land, forest, and open space.


NOVA Education: "Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers" is an Emmy-nominated web series that profiles cutting-edge scientists and their research, how they got into their STEM-related profession, and what interests they pursue outside of their work. The collection is hosted on PBS Learning Media – enhanced by a Teachers' Guide with teaching tips, classroom activities, curriculum standards, and essays that provide additional context, for grades 6-12.


The Reilly Group is a small business with close ties to both regulatory and academic scientists. We bring to bear over 30 years of experience in solving complex environmental and regulatory problems for both government and private clients.


River Network we help people understand, protect and restore rivers and their watersheds. Our vision is to improve the quality of all fresh waters in the U.S. and the health of all people and ecosystems dependant upon them.


Rutgers University Wetland Delineation Training. 


City of San José Environmental Services Department: Youth Watershed Education Grants Youth Watershed Education Grants are designed to promote understanding and stewardship of the Santa Clara Basin Watershed among South Bay youth (in grades K-12) by supporting innovative projects for youth education, curriculum development, adoption and implementation of published watershed-based curricula, and teacher/youth leader training.


The Solid Waste Association of North America  For over 40 years, SWANA, The Solid Waste Association of North America, has been the leading professional association in the solid waste management field. SWANA’s mission is "to advance the practice of environmentally and economically sound management of municipal solid waste."


Sonoran Institute The Sonoran Institute's mission is to inspire and enable community decisions and public policies that respect the land and people of western North America.


SPAWN (The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network) works to protect the endangered coho salmon, steelhead, and creeks that pulse through the Lagunitas watershed; through community education, hands on restoration projects, and monitoring.


Save Our Shores promotes and protects the coastal environment of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary through education, policy research, and citizen actions.


Water Education Foundation provides in depth, unbiased information about water resource issues through it publications, school programs, conferences, tours, maps and videos.


Water Environment Federation a not-for-profit technical and educational organization representing water quality professionals throughout the world. WEF and its member associations proudly work to achieve our mission of preserving and enhancing the global water environment.


Water Matters Mini-Grants Program is an international program to engage Cargill employees in projects that promote water-quality education and action. In partnership with The Conservation Fund, Cargill provides Water Matters Mini Grants of up to US$3,000 to nonprofit organizations working to raise awareness of and find solutions to water quality and management issues in Cargill communities.


Water Strategist Community Log on to get free access to water news from over 250 state, federal, environmental, and water agencies as well as information and news from the water investment arena.


William A. Grant Water & Environmental Center focuses on collaboration and education for environmental and economic sustainability. WEC facilitates regional and local partnership programs, provides community and K-12 education opportunities, and coordinates the WWCC Watershed Ecology degree program, campus sustainability and "Go Green Club" activities.


Woodinville Water District Providing a safe and reliable water source for the greater Woodinville, Washington area.


Worm's Way offers a wide array of innovative, high quality and earth-friendly products (promotes organic and hydroponic gardening) to satisfy your every gardening need—indoors and out, all year 'round.


Wyoming Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter to build a better Wyoming. Established in 1989, we are a nonprofit charitable 501(c)3 organization. We are one of more than 700 community foundations in the United States.


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