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How kind is our community to the environment? This guide points to Environment and Wildlife resources for the Washington DC Metropolitan Community. Think about getting involved.

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American Rivers
North America's leading river-saving organization. Find out about North America's Most Endangered and Threatened Rivers of 1996. 1025 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 720, Washington, D.C. 20005 Phone: (202) 347-7550 Fax: (202) 347-9240
511 clicks since 13-Aug-1998
Anacostia Riverkeeper
Anacostia Riverkeeper Damon Whitehead is the eyes and ears of citizens on the river, promoting the restoration and revival of the Anacostia River. Call 202-554-1960.
442 clicks since 5-Jun-2000
Anacostia Watershed Network
Comprehensive web site that provides information on the Anacostia Watershed. Includes natural history, history & culture, recreation & attractions, maps, data, online calendar and messageboard, and more...
435 clicks since 9-Jun-1999
Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment
Welcome! Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment is a resource for public education about the local environment and for volunteer involvement in environmental improvement efforts.
470 clicks since 4-Jul-1998
Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States
For 100 years the Audubon Naturalist Society has inspired the people of the Nation's Capital and environs to love and respect the gifts of our natural inheritance.
447 clicks since 3-Jul-1998
Audubon Society of the District of Columbia
The Audubon Society of the District of Columbia (D.C. Audubon, formerly New Columbia Audubon) is the Washington, D.C. chapter of the National Audubon Society. Board meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month at the National Audubon Society offices at 1901 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Suite 1100. All are welcome.
425 clicks since 23-Nov-2000
Chesapeake Marine Aquaria Society
Local club for bringing together marine fish and reef aquarists in the Maryland/DC area. Hosting MACNA XIII conference at Baltimore's new Waterfront Marriot in August 2001.
318 clicks since 20-Apr-2001
Chesapeake Wildlife Sanctuary
Wildlife Care Center: Wild Orphan Baby Nursery and Shock-Trauma Emergency Hospital for injured and orphaned wildlife serving the Maryland, Washington DC, and VA areas. Student internships and volunteer opportunities available.
561 clicks since 21-Mar-2000
Conservation International
A nonprofit organization using science, economics, policy, and community involvement to promote biodiversity conservation in endangered ecosystems worldwide.
478 clicks since 14-Aug-1998
Contaminants and the Chesapeake Bay
Winding down from the Appalachians, and draining waters from four states and the District of Columbia, the Potomac River – now named an American Heritage River – helps to define the region. The tidal Potomac, from the fall line to the Bay, provides a prime example of the range of water quality conditions found in a single river. From the troubled waters that flow through the densely populated portions of Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. to the healthier waters of the lower Potomac, a trip down this historic river reveals the kinds of impacts we have had on the rivers that flow to the Chesapeake.
612 clicks since 9-Aug-2002
Department of Environmental Quality
The Mission of the Department of Environmental Quality is to protect the Environment of Virginia in order to promote the Health and well-being of the Citizens of Commonwealth.
450 clicks since 18-Oct-1998
Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve
Dyke Marsh is a freshwater tidal wetland consisting of 380 acres just south of Alexandria, Virginia, and north of historic Mt. Vernon. Located on the west bank of the Potomac River some 95 miles from the Chesapeake Bay, Dyke Marsh is owned by the U. S. Federal Government and is managed by the National Park Service as a part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway. It is an area of open water, cattail marsh, wetland shrubs and plants, and deciduous swamp forest.
405 clicks since 23-Nov-2000
EcoStewards Alliance
Community-based organization providing guidance & resources for individual choices toward a lighter impact upon our environment.
309 clicks since 21-May-2001
EDF Scorecard: Hazardous Air Pollutant Report: DC
322 clicks since 12-Aug-1999
Edopt News
Your source for environmental news and information in the``Washington, D.C. area. Features the 'Sprawl Calendar' of meeting``information for activists; recycling information and links from local``governments; and news from the Environmental News Network, Rachel's``Environment & Health Biweekly, and Grist Magazine.
337 clicks since 28-Nov-2000
Fairfax Audubon Society
The Fairfax Audubon Society, the local chapter serving Northern Virginia, is committed to the Audubon mission, which is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife, and their habitats.
376 clicks since 7-Sep-2002
Federal Duck Stamp Program
elcome to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Federal Duck Stamp Home Page. The Federal Duck Stamp Program (under the``direction of the Assistant Director, External Affairs), is one of the most successful conservation ventures in existence today.``Revenues collected from stamp sales are deposited directly into the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund to purchase wetlands and``wildlife habitat for inclusion into the National Wildlife Refuge System.
231 clicks since 12-Feb-2000
Friends of Huntley Meadows Park
Founded in 1985, Friends of Huntley Meadows Park is a nonprofit organization of individuals dedicated to the protection of Fairfax County's premier wetland wildlife sanctuary. The more than 400 members represent an active influential voice for the Park and for open space throughout the county.
174 clicks since 7-Sep-2002
Friends of the Shenandoah River
The Friends of the Shenandoah River is a volunteer, non-profit, scientific organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of the Shenandoah River watershed and it's tributaries.
133 clicks since 14-Jul-2002
Fundación de Tierra Preservada
Fundación de Tierra Preservada is a private, non-profit`` organization formed (i) to promote for the benefit of the general`` public the permanent preservation of land and natural resources in`` Costa Rica and other Latin American countries, including those`` lands which are of national, recreational, scenic, historical or`` productive value, and (ii) to engage in the study of and education`` regarding such land and natural resources.
130 clicks since 2-Mar-2001
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