Issue Area: Endemic Plant Species Protection

Alaska Native Plant Society ANPS

The Alaska Native Plant Society (ANPS) was formed in 1982 by a small group of amateur and professional botanists for the purpose of disseminating information on Alaska’s native flora to all interested persons.ANPS held an Alaska Native Plant Art Contest for 4 years, 1982 through 1985, and had prints made …

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Albany Bushwalkers

The primary objectives of the Club are:- To promote an encourage walking, camping and the development of outdoor skills generally; and- To encourage a wider appreciation of the flora and fauna and natural beauty of this country and to assist in its preservation.

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Albert Kelly Park Creek Restoration

Successfully establish native plants in place of invasive plants (e.g. English ivy, Himalayan blackberries), repair and stabilize the creek banks where needed, and replant with native plants along the section of Restoration Creek that passes thru Albert Kelly Park. This healthier and more diverse plant life will provide: support for …

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Alberta Invasive Plants Council AIPC

Often mistaken for wildflowers, invasive plants are spreading through our ecosystems at an alarming rate.Why are these plants such a threat? The World Conservation Union has identified invasive alien species as the second most significant threat to biodiversity, after habitat loss. More than simply “plants out of place”, as many …

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Alberta Native Plant Council ANPC

The Alberta Native Plant Council strives to: * Promote knowledge of Alberta`s native plants. * Conserve Alberta`s native plant species and their habitats. * Preserve plant species and habitat for the enjoyment of present and future generations.The Council`s specific objectives are: * To educate individuals, industry, and government about native …

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Alberta Prairie Conservation Forum APCF

The Prairie Conservation Forum is a large voluntary coalition of stakeholder groups whose members are interested in the conservation of native prairie and parkland environments in Alberta, Canada. The Forum, which has been in existence for over 15 years, is currently involved in the implementation of the Alberta Prairie Conservation …

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Albion Hills Field Centre

Albion Hills Field Centre is located in the Albion Hills Conservation Area. This 450 hectare (1100acre) site, provides the opportunity to explore and learn in a beautiful outdoor classroom. Both the Humber River and its tributary, Centreville Creek, dissect a rolling landscape featuring the kame and kettle topography of the …

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Aldgate Valley Landcare Group AVLG

It is aimed at conserving our local population of the nationally endangered Southern Brown Bandicoot (along with many other native plants and animals) and at improving the health of the Aldgate Creek catchment. The corridor runs from Aldgate Primary School to Mylor Primary School.The Aldgate Valley Landcare Group holds at …

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Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary

MISSION:- To Protect The Nature of Massachusetts.VISION:- A Commonwealth in which people appreciate and understand native plants and animals and their habitats and work together to ensure that they are truly protected.ROLE:- To serve both as a leader and a catalyst for conservation, by acting directly to Protect The Nature …

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Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Maryland CBPO

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is a regional nonprofit organizationthat builds and fosters partnerships to protect and to restore the Bayand its rivers. The Alliance does not lobby or litigate. Instead, we do theslow, hard work of bridging dialogue between groups that don’t seeeye-to-eye, forming strategies for joint solutions, …

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