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Greenworks for Pennsylvania
GreenWorks for Pennsylvania
GreenWorks for Pennsylvania is a new kind of environmental media. It is a monthly television program that showcases individuals, communities, businesses, and government bodies that are taking innovative, positive steps to help preserve and protect the environment in Pennsylvania.
Department of Environmental Protection
Excellent reference for conservation issues in Pennsylvania.

Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring
The Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) is a project of the Environmental Studies Department at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. ALLARM provides technical assistance, training, and support to Pennsylvania grassroots groups and residents who are working to document water pollution.

Kiski-Conemaugh River Basin Alliance
The Kiski-Conemaugh River Basin Alliance serves as a coordinating body in the planning and implementation of common and basin-wide projects such as the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Rivers Conservation Program and Greenways Feasibility Study, the Manufacturer's Water Company feasibility study, and U.S. Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry grants.

Canaan Valley Institute
The Institute is a not-for-profit, and non-advocacy organization committed to enhancing the ability of the residents of the region to improve their quality of life. CVI works to aid communities in implementing locally-determined solutions to problems that threaten the economic or environmental resources of their watershed.

Citizens Advisory Council
The Council strives to represent all citizens of the Commonwealth as it defines a collective view of thepublic interest in environmental protection and natural resources, forged from the Councilís owndiversity of personal experiences and perspectives.

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Uncover Pennsylvania's natural treasures in its abundant woodlands and waters, rich geologic history and diverse wildlife.

Pennsylvania Elk Herd
Welcome to a presentation about the Pennsylvania Elk Herd. Pennsylvanians should take great pride in theherd. It is an environmental success story involving state and local agencies and the cooperation of the agriculturalcommunity, recreational users, sportsmen. and the public in general.

Great Valley Nature Center
Nestled in the hills of Chester County Pennsylvania not far from Valley Forge theNature Center is devoted to the study of animals and plants native to southeasternPennsylvania.

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is a 2,400-acre natural area straddling the Kittatinny Ridge in eastern Pennsylvania.Established in 1934, it was the world's first refuge for raptors. During the last 64 years, the Sanctuary has becomean international center for conservation, education, and research about raptors.

Internet Watershed Educational Tool
The Internet Watershed Educational Tool (InterWET) was developed to help educate local officials and otherconcerned citizens about water resources. InterWET gives a technical and multi-perspective response to localwatershed issues, using as a case study the Spring Creek Watershed in central Pennsylvania.

McKeever Environmental Learning Center
The McKeever Environmental Learning Center is folded into a natural woodedsetting about 75 miles north of Pittsburgh near Sandy Lake, Mercer County. TheMcKeever Center was established in 1974, and is administered by Slippery RockUniversity as a public service institute of the State System of Higher Education.Its primary purpose is to provide programs to assist citizens of all ages inbecoming better stewards of the Earth's resources.

Pennsylvania Environmental Education
The center is a partnership among 11 prominent Pennsylvania entities. This unprecedented cooperative agreement was formed to ensure that the citizens of the Commonwealth have access to quality environmental education. Assistance in environmental education includes, but is not limited to, schools, nongovernment organizations, individual citizen, business and industry, and other agencies.

Philadelphia Urban Resources Partnership
The Philadeliphia Urban Resources Partnership is seeking to work with two to three community based organizations on the Vacant Land Management Program. Organizations will receive financial and technical assistance to plan and implement natural resource improvement to vacnt land in their community

Pocono Environmental Education Center
The Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) advances environmental awareness, knowledge, and skills through education in order that people may better understand the complexity of earth systems

The Rachel Carson Homestead
The mission of the Rachel Carson Homestead Association is to preserve, restore, and interpret Rachel Carson's birthplace and childhood home; and to design and implement education programs in keeping with her environmental ethic.

Riverbend Environmental Education Center
Riverbend is a non-profit, private organization in Gladwyne, PA, which has been in operation for 20 years. A discovery room, classroom, library and offices are housed in a 1923 converted barn surrounded by 31 acres of natural lands.

SCRIP is a local effort in Cambria and Somerset Counties, in the Allegheny Mountains of Western Pennsylvania, torestore the Stonycreek and Little Conemaugh Rivers from over 150 years of coal mining induced pollution.

Schuylkill River Watershed Initiative
The Schuylkill River Watershed is Southeastern Pennsylvania's largest and most diverse watershed system. From the rolling farmland of Berks County to the urban gateway of Philadelphia, from the mountains of Schuylkill County to the historic boroughs of Montgomery and Chester Counties, the Schuylkill River flows through a true cross-section of the communities and landscapes that make up much of Pennsylvania's rich heritage.
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