Genesis Farm is a learning center for Earth studies. It welcomes all people of good will in the search for alternative ways to achieve true human and ecological well-being. It focuses on the connections between the health of our global commons of air, water, land, and nature, and the health of our local communities and bioregons. Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey, it is rooted in a spirituality that reverences Earth as a primary revelation of the divine. Since 1986 Genesis Farm has been a part of the Community and theSupported Agriculture (CSA) movement.
NEW-CUE, Inc. is a non-profit, environmental education organization founded primarily to assist writers and educators who are dedicated to enhancing public awareness of environmental issues. It sponsors the Annual Writers' Conference and Workshop in honor of Rachel Carson in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Edopt News is an online source for environmental information in the Washington, D.C. area. It provides information on topics such as activities, where to recycle, urban sprawl meetings, local organizations, and environmental career opportunities.
Environmental Data Services provides a variety of useful and informative free policy news, information and jobs resources (some with registration) via the internet. ENDS has been a publisher of respected environmental information for professionals since 1978. Visit the environmental jobs pages at Environmental Data Services -- UK's leading environmental publisher since 1978. Plus leading news on policy, regulation and more happenings on the environmental front in Europe daily on the Internet or monthly in print.
Nuestra Comunidad, Nuestra Salud is an interdisciplinary training program for health care in rural areas. It offers students the opportunity to engage in case management and practicums that broaden their knowledge of health issues in the border region. One emphasis of the program is to educate the public on environmental health.
The Academy of Natural Sciences, an international museum of natural history operating since 1812, undertakes research and public education that focus on the environment and its diverse species. Our mission is to expand knowledge of nature through discovery and to inspire stewardship of the environment.
The EnviroLink Library is a comprehensive resource of environmental information available on the Internet. Information is categorized by types of resources (organizations, publications, etc.) and environmental topics. Extensive searching tools exist to make finding resources easier.
The Guardian is a bi-monthly newsletter geared towards environmental action and service, involving service trips, research assistance, repairing hiking trails, wildlife habitat restoration and preservation, rebuilding of international communities, teaching languages to other cultures. Both print and on-line issues promote organizations and individuals dedicated to protecting the environment, and publish environmental articles, news, poems, eco-products & games, and classifieds.