Issue Area: Landscape Ecology

Wyoming Wilderness Association WWA

With the rebirth of the Wyoming Wilderness Association, we now have the opportunity to protect additional wild watersheds, intact ecosystems, old growth forests, important wildlife habitat, and wildlife migration corridors – wild landscapes that truly deserve lasting protection as Wilderness. The WWA worked hard in the 1970’s and 80’s to …

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Yellowstone Business Partnership YBP

Our Mission, Convictions and VisionThe Yellowstone Business Partnership unites businesses dedicated to preserving a healthy environment and shaping a prosperous and sustainable future for communities in the Yellowstone-Teton region. The Partnership promotes scientific understanding, informed dialogue, and collaborative approaches to resolving our region’s most complex socioeconomic and natural resource challenges.We …

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Young Naturalists’ Club of British Columbia

The Young Naturalists’ Club of British Columbia is a special group of young people, age 5 – 14, and their families:- who care about nature in this beautiful province of British Columbia;- who want to know as much as possible about everything from the smallest beetle burrowing in the earth to the …

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Young people for Local Development Association YLDA

Since 1996 European students coming from different nations had the occasion to work together about local development during intensive workshops. Coming from different courses(architecture, geography, history, sociology) we work together on sustainable development, architectural projects on rural area and landscape management. Using past experience, our aim is nowaday to create …

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Yutnuu Cuii, or Green Trees in the Mixtec Language, is a community organization dedicated to planting and maintaiing trees. It is a volunteer group of adults and children, now registered with the town government. It has existed now for about 3 years. You can see photos at our website:

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Zen Environmental Studies Institute

The Zen Environmental Studies Institute is part of the Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism and is a not-for-profit religious corporation that exists to provide training, education and practice of Zen Buddhism and its relationship to the environment. It sponsors and conducts workshops, training and research on the environment …

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