Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility(PEER)Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) is a private, nonprofit organization that provides uniquely valuable services to government employees charged with safeguarding the nation's natural resources.
University of Nebraskaat Omaha Environmental Health & SafetyOur mission: To serve the safety and hazardous materials management needs of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), thus supporting its academic, research and service mission to the people of the State of Nebraska.
Division of EnvironmentalHealth and SafetyThe Division of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides programs and services for protecting UNL's human resourcesand preserving the environment in three ways; Assessing and assisting in the control of human exposures to occupational hazards. Promoting responsible waste management. Guiding the campus community in the implementation of regulatory requirements.
Nebraska Departmentof Environmental QualityNDEQ was established in 1971, as the state agency responsible for the protection and enhancement of our environment. The agency received authorization to carry out much of the framework of our environmental laws in 1972. Over the past quarter century, many additional state and federal laws have been passed as we have developed greater recognition of the extent of environmental issues which must be addressed. NDEQ's role and responsibilities have likewise grown over the years.
EnvironmentalQuality CouncilTo carry out the federal Environmental Protection Act, the Environmental Quality Council adopts rules and regulations which set air, water and land quality standards in order to protect the public health and welfare of the state, as well as regulations which guide department activities and regulatory responsibilities.
Audobun NebraskaThe mission of Audubon Nebraska is to promote the enjoyment, understanding and conservation of Nebraska's naturalheritage, especially native birds, other wildlife and habitat.
Audubon Society of OmahaIf you find a sick or injured raptor, please call Shirley Gilster, 402-734-6817
Big Bend Audubon SocietyThe National Audubon Society is one of the country's most popular and respected conservation organizations with more than570,000 Audubon members working on behalf of the environment in 518 communities across the nation.Kearney, Nebraska is one of those communities. We invite you to learn about our new State Office, local NAS chapter, a nearbyNAS Wildlife Sanctuary, and our sanctuary friends group.
WachiskaAudubon SocietyWachiska Audubon Society's mission: To share the experience and love of nature - that life may flourish in all itsnatural diversity.
The WaterCenter/Environmental ProgramsThe Water Center/Environmental Programs unit is part of the School of Natural Resource Sciences within the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Its mission is to implement focused water research, teaching, extension and service programs within the University of Nebraska at the post-secondary education level and to address environmental needs associated with the agriculture and natural resources areas of IANR.
Partners in Pollution PreventionTechnical & compliance assistance for small business & industry
Arbor Day FarmArbor Day Farm, a 260 acre educational complex in Nebraska City, Nebraska, is the site of Lied Conference Center. It is the only educational complex of its kind in the nation dedicated to environmental programs focusing upon trees, conservation, and environmental stewardship.
Soil & Water Conservation SocietyThe Soil & Water Conservation Society (SWCS) is a nonprofit, multidisciplinary organization for anyone interested in natural resource management and conservation. Its mission is to advocate the protection, enhancement, and wise use of soil, water, and related natural resources.