This is a list of sites that contain information
about how you can protect and restore our environment.
Forests sponsors campaigns such as ReLeaf to plant more
trees and protect forests in the U.S.
Lands Alliance is a coalition of activists and organizations
devoted to protecting our forests and restoring ecological
integrity to the landscape.
Conservation Council is focused on protecting and restoring
native biological diversity of forests and woodlands throughout
the U. S.
Forest Watch is a world-wide data and mapping network
that provides first-hand digital information about the world's
forests, in the hopes that forest degradation would be slowed
if governments around the world followed the commitments
they have made to protect forests.
Forest Council's goal is to save every acre of public
forestland in the U.S. from resource extraction.
is project of the National Resources Defense Council that
works to save "unique wild places" throughout
North, Central, and South America.
National Resources Defense Council is aimed at protecting
our water, air, land, animals, and plants through science,
the law, and other resources.
with Wildlife works to preserve endangered species and
their habitats in the United States through funding and
Wildlife Federation protects animals and their habitats
by "uniting individuals, organizations, businesses
and government." It offers links to educational resources
for classrooms, communities, and parents as well.
Native Plant and Wildflower Society educates people
about native Indiana flora: how to plant with native species,
publications on Indiana plants, and the threat posed by
of Wildlife focuses on the increased rate of species
extinction and on habitat destruction. A children’s
section of the website gives facts about endangered species
and offers curricula for teachers.
If you should come across an injured wild
animal, the Wildlife
Care site is a good resource for finding a wildlife
rehabilitator or animal clinic in your area. It offers advice
on how to keep an animal comfortable until it can be cared
for by a professional.
Center for Conservation Sciences works to preserve natural
resources through scientific research and collaboration
to create solutions to environmental problems.
Fleet Organization specializes in counteracting the
current CO2 emissions and promoting
fuel-efficient technologies and cleaner fuels.
Matters is "the busy person's guide to greener
Landscaping with Native Plants is sponsored by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency and encourages gardening
and landscaping with indigenous plant life.
Law and Policy Center contains useful and pertinent
information about environmental issues affecting the Midwest,
specifically from a legal perspective.
Our Environment Action Center is "a collaborative
effort of the nation's most influential environmental advocacy
organizations harnessing the power of the internet to increase
public awareness and activism on today's most important
in Schools informs educators about mercury and how to
eliminate it from schools.
Department of Environmental Management provides a current
report on the state of the environment in Indiana, as well
as information on ways to improve your local community through
recycling and other pollution prevention methods.
Resource Action Center for the Environment "works
to form new links with the research, policy and grassroots
communities to preserve the future of the planet and protect
the quality of the environment."
Resources Institute shares "practical ways to
protect the earth and improve people's lives."
Farmland Trust works to protect farmland and spread
environmentally friendly farming practices.
Sierra Club is America's oldest, largest and most influential
grassroots environmental organization, and their Take
Action Page discusses many important current environmental
issues and ways to counteract them.
Earth Page lists a large number of sites related
to Indiana's environment.