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Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s iconic community improvement nonprofit organization, inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. Established in 1953, we strive to End Littering, Improve Recycling and Beautify America’s Communities. We believe everyone has a right to live in a clean, green and beautiful community, and shares a responsibility to contribute to that vision.
Growing Home’s mission is to operate, promote and demonstrate the use of organic agriculture as a vehicle for job training, employment, and community development. We have a vision of a world of healthy people and communities. Everyone deserves to have a good job, and everyone deserves to eat well.
The mission of the Nashua River Watershed Association is to work for a healthy ecosystem with clean water and open spaces for human and wildlife communities, where people work together to sustain mutual economic and environmental well-being in the Nashua River watershed.
The mission of the Ecology Center is to inspire and build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California, and beyond. We transform the ideals of sustainability into everyday practice. We deliver information you can act on, infrastructure you can count on, and leadership for lasting change.
For twenty years, San Francisco Baykeeper has been the pollution watchdog for the Bay. Every day, oil, chemicals and sewage spoil our beaches, hurt wildlife and endanger our health. Baykeeper uses science and advocacy to strengthen clean water laws and hold polluters accountable.
WildCare is a unique organization located in Marin County, California. Not only do we care for ill, orphaned or injured wild animals, we help children and adults learn how to make room for our forest and shoreline friends within our environment. Orphaned raccoons, injured barn owls and ailing squirrels; no matter what species, our furry and feathered patients receive the best medical care possible. Once healthy and vigorous again, they are returned to their woodland and seashore homes.