Issue Area: Fire Ecology
AFOSA is concerned with open space preservation in central Arizona. Every aspect of open space in the region is under pressure from developers anxious to convert the natural landscape into roads and residences. AFOSA is concentrating its efforts on encouraging wildlife conservation with information provided in its
Alliance for the Wild Rockies` non-profit mission is to secure the ecological integrity of the Wild Rockies Bioregion* through citizen empowerment, and the application of conservation biology, sustainable economic models and environmental law.Issues:Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection ActWolves in the Northern RockiesBull TroutGrizzly BearsWildfiresYellowstone Bioprospecting
DEFENSA DEL PATRIMONIO NATURAL DEL VALLE DE AYORA-COFRENTES. INCENTIVAR LA PARTICIPACION DE LA POBLACION RURAL EN LA DEFENSA DEL PATRIMONIO FORESTAL. PREVENCION Y LUCHA CONTRA INCENDIOS FORESTALES.
The Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) is an organization of professionals dedicated to improving the knowledge and use of fire in land management. Fire is a critical ecological process in many ecosystems throughout the world. Land management goals often reflect plant communities with a past history of repeated fire events. …
Works in partnership with the government to manage the reforestation of the forest of Mayumbe. Assists in the control of bush-fires. Campaigns for the institution of rural radios involving local populations.