More – A Great Site for Energy Efficiency

  • August 16, 2012 is the official website for the Alliance to Save Energy. The website tells all about this organization, which has been around for 35 years. The nonprofit organization works to promote increased efficiency through research and education, and they encourage leaders of government and businesses to make decisions that promote greater security and a healthy environment. It is also their goal to educate consumers about the impact of their choices, and ensure that lawmakers make the best decisions for energy conservation.

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More – American Chestnut Foundation

  • September 20, 2011

ACF.orgThe American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) work to restore the American chestnut tree to its native US habitat and is where their efforts are chronicled online. After many chestnut trees succumbed to the chestnut blight, (a lethal fungus infestation), The American Chestnut Foundation was founded by plant scientists who wished to bring back the chestnut tree. The ACF realized that losing the chestnut tree had negative effects on not only the ecology of forests but also on the local economy of rural communities. The American chestnut was a crucial part of the ecosystem on the Eastern United States as well as being the most important source of food for wildlife in the area, including birds and bears.

Through a backcross breeding program which crossed the American chestnut tree with Chinese chestnut trees, the American trees became blight resistant. The research facility has planted over 160 acres of American chestnuts trees and they currently have more than 30,000 trees at their farm. provides extensive information about the TACF, (The American Chestnut Foundation), and their work with restoring the American chestnut.

Visitors to are invited to donate to the cause or to become a member of the foundation. ACF currently has over 6,000 members. People who would like to become members of TACF can download and print their membership directly from Regular membership is $40 per year. Annual Sponsor, Student, 3-Year, Gift and Corporate memberships are also available. Membership dues are tax free and a portion of the fee is tax deductible.

Visitors to the ACF website can also donate through the website or support TACF by purchasing merchandise from the site. Items available at include books, clothing, prints, cards, and handcrafts products.

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More – Save Water And Save The Planet

  • April 22, 2009

MyWaterFuture.comDo care about the environment? was created in order to inspire and educate users in relation to water saving techniques and products.

This is a good opportunity to save money and water. At you will find all the information you need in order to learn how to make simple actions in order to keep a secure and more sustainable environment.

Things are changing in relation to natural resources ands there are many things that should be done in order to keep the environment safe. Water conservation is easier than you may think. In order to give you the chance to learn about saving water, this site uses the highest technology available as well as very interesting articles about this important topic.

You will have the chance to save hundreds of dollars in rebates on water saving products. hopes to be the best resource for the best in water saving technology and water conservation information

If you want to get more information about all these benefits you can do it at

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More – First Aid for the Energy Crisis

  • October 29, 2008 helps users to reduce fuel consumption and fuel costs by learning and practicing better driving habits.

There are simple tools for tracking mileage performance, coupled with to-be-developed training modules called ‘clinics’ which will clearly demonstrate fuel-saving behaviors.

Users will practice the fuel saving behaviors in their own vehicles, and use the on-line tracking tools to monitor their own success. The system will automatically track performance trends. The clinics with the ‘best’ results across multiple users will gain in ranking, and be recommended to users with similar vehicles.

A commercial version of this application is also being planned. While there are several other sites that help people track their mileage, none of these sites pro actively attempt to improve the mileage of its members. will combine the best of the mileage calculation websites with on-line education tools to create a grass-roots ‘first response’ to the world’s energy crisis. While people can not ‘conserve’ their way out of this mess, conservation is the obvious initial response since it can begin immediately and it requires no new technology and has no additional cost.

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More – Georgia Department Of Natural Resources

  • July 31, 2008 is the official website of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

Georgia has a diversity of natural and cultural resources for you to enjoy. This department is in charged with the conservation and protection of these resources for current and future generations. Their website will provide you with information on how they manage their natural and cultural resources and how you can enjoy the great outdoors and their state’s rich history. You will find information about how to buy a wildlife license plate and how to find a list of title V air permits issues. You can look up current fishing regulations and current hunting seasons and regulations. You can explore the website by its many categories located at the top of the homepage. These categories are: News, Inside DNR, Recreation, Natural Resources, Cultural Resources, and Education. Some of its online services include: fishing licenses, boating registration, hunting licenses, and state park reservations.

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More – The Silver Bear Cafe Site

  • July 15, 2008

SilverBearCafe.comThe Silver Bear Cafe provides you with useful information for your financial security. Enter to find articles to explain market fluctuations, know more about stock market, and much more. By browsing through the site you will learn more about these financial matters by reading analysis, reports, and articles. What is more, you will find some financial tutorial videos.

Are you concerned about your financial security? Do you want to know more about the federal reserve? If so, you just need to enter Take a look at this site to find lots of financial articles and videos, so you can find out more about financial markets, stock market, and precious metals.

Remember this site next time you want to read about financial survival, financial security and federal reserve, as well as stock market and precious metals. Pay a visit to to check the available free financial articles posted by financial analysts.

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More – Feline Conservation Center

  • July 6, 2008

Cathouse-fcc.orgAre you an animal lover? Do you like to learn more about the projects that are involved in animal conservation? If the answer is yes and you live in California then there is a wildlife sanctuary in Rosamond just north of Los Angeles that you might consider visiting. The place that is being referred to is the Feline Conservation Center that is also affectionately known as the Cat House.

This center is dedicated to the protection and preservation of some of the worlds most endangered breeds of felines. If you are interested in learning more about this center before you visit then you might like to take a look at there official web site at This site tells its visitors more about the center, how to find them and there work. Visitors also have the chance to find out more about the centers feline residents and view some photos of them as well.

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More – Visit The Houston Zoo

  • June 30, 2008

Houstonzoo.orgIf you were looking for a thing to do on your family day, you can consider going to the zoo. Regardless of your age, you can always learn new things about the environment and animal life.

At you will have the chance to see the different ecosystems, as well as the many kinds of species they have there. Their aim is to keep the animals a safe and healthy that is why they take care good care of them. One of the links you will see in their webpage is designated to wildlife conservation. Within this latter there are global projects, wildlife news, conservation events, take action, Safari central trtavel program, wild lectures, etc. On the main page of the web site there are other links as well, like: zoo venues, education, support the zoo, animal and experiences, and others. Check out their web site and plan your visit with them.

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More – New Hampshire Electric Co-Op

  • June 28, 2008

NHec.comServing around 80,000 members in 116 towns and cities in the state of New Hampshire, this electric co-op not only provides a valuable community service, but it also built a particularly useful and interesting website where users can read about policies and guidelines in regards to the environment, living costs and future projects, but also find interesting tips to keep the bill down, lead a more sustainable life or build an alternative energy generator and get a rebate. Other conservation resources include calculators to determine the cost of running a home or business based on the energy use of each appliance, so science teachers might find it interesting too.

The site is very nicely designed, and it’s definitely comfortable for a wide audience, regardless of level of expertise online. An extensive catalogue of products and services listing the different options for home and business clients is available through the site, plus clients can log in to pay for their bills. But the self-service area allows a variety of activities, including requesting new building service, reconnection or transfer of service.

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More – Connecting Science, Conservation

  • June 23, 2008

NatureServe.orgThis site is home for a non-profit organization whose aim is to help other organizations concerned with wildlife conservation by providing extensive information and research on plants and animals in North and Latin America, and the Caribbean as well. The site is very nicely designed, and anyone can use their information archives to find extensive details on endangered species which include both scientific and common names, conservation status (aka ‘the bad news’), distribution maps, a database of images, and lots of information on research and general data as well, most of which is perfectly understandable for an average person, so the site will be of use not only for activists, biologists or higher education students, but for kids in elementary school who are up to some natural sciences project, and the general public as well.

NatureServe also publishes a proprietary data management software designed specifically for observation and conservation projects called Biotics, and you can learn about it from the site and find the contact details to get a copy of it. If you are more interested in seeing or learning about their ongoing research projects, you will be able to find a detailed list of them on the site, listing projects in the US and Latin America too.

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More – Conservation Organization

  • June 20, 2008 is the official website of the Pope and Young Club, an American bow hunting and conservation organization.

The club was founded back in 1961 as a non profit scientific organization, patterned after the prestigious Boone and Crocket Club. Their mission is to ensure bow hunting existence by promoting and protecting the bow hunting heritage and values as well as the preservation of the wildlife. On their website you can learn everything about them including history and mission. All their latest news are posted here along with all their upcoming events. In addition to this, here you can access to articles and information about bow hunting and their conservationist programs. You can also find here all the information regarding how to become a member and you can apply for a membership online. Finally, in case you need further assistance, here you can find all the information necessary to contact them.

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More – Help The Planet, Appreciate Trees

  • June 18, 2008

Isa-Arbor.comDo you love nature, especially trees? Do you want to learn about protecting our environment? Well, this site will give a great insight about these subjects. Isa-Arbor.

com is the official website of the International Society of Arboriculture, a worldwide professional organization dedicated to create a greater appreciation for trees and to promote research, technology regarding arboriculture. Humanity has been tightly related to trees since the beginning of civilization. Trees have provided to all living species shelter, food, solace, oxygen and much, much more. A major part of our commitment to our planet is the consideration and care we have for the trees. will give you all the info you need to take a proactive approach, check the sections Consumer Education, Certification, Conference and Trade Shows. You will also find a special section to display the resources available as Green Industry resources, Allied Industry Groups, TREE Fund, Speakers Bureau International Tree Climbing Championship.

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More – International Fund for Animal Welfare

  • June 16, 2008

IFAW.orgThe International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is one of the largest animal welfare and conservation charities in the world. This organization’s mission is “to improve the welfare of wild and domestic animals throughout the world by reducing commercial exploitation of animals, protecting wildlife habitats, and assisting animals in distress”.

Initially this group was founded in order to stop the hunting of baby seals in Canada but has since then grown to have offices in sixteen countries around the world. IFAW works with campaigners, legal and political experts, as well as scientists in several different tasks including marine mammal research and education, rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing animals in distress, promoting whale watching as an alternative to hunting, protecting endangered species, educating children about animal welfare and wildlife conservation, and carrying out legislative and educational campaigns around the world in an effort to prevent animal cruelty, preserve endangered species, and protect wildlife habitats. The website provides information on all the activities that the IFAW is involved in and what you can do to help.

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More – From Felines To Frogs

  • June 16, 2008

Zooatlanta.orgThrough its online version, Zoo Atlanta invites users to plan their visit to the Zoo, where they will find a large variety of species, from felines to frogs. Located in historic Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta is one of Georgia’s most loved institutions as well as one of the 10 oldest zoos in continuous operation in the United States.

One of the Zoo’s objectives is to inspire the citizens to value wildlife on Earth and to help safeguard existing species through conservation. To that end, the zoo provides its visitors with an informative, educational, and engaging experience, where you will see these values reflected in its animal’s healthcare. is an animated and interactive site, which provides much useful information about animals, conservation, research, news. You can check the complete calendar of events so as to plan your visit according to the best attractions. You can join the institution online and take advantage of special benefits to members.

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More – Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

  • June 13, 2008

Cincyzoo.orgBe careful when you enter this site, because it has a special guardian: a rhino. The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden welcomes you to Cincyzoo.

org with a funny introduction that shows a rhino in its natural habitat. This place’s mission is creating adventure, conveying knowledge, and conserving nature; it invites you to see it for yourself. If you are new to the site, you should check the Visitor Guide, which will lead you through the different areas the site features. The world famous Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden was rated the number one attraction in Cincinnati and one of the top five zoos in the nation. When inside it, you will see different links to many sections on the left hand side of your screen. You can access many online services and information, such as the zoo’s hours, admission, the zoo map, news, and more. This institution also aims to serve the community and to provide citizens with useful and didactical information about animals and nature.

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More – The National Speleological Society

  • June 11, 2008

Caves.orgI guess no one ever told that it would be such a difficult job to gather all the information available on The National Speleological Society. Well, if you find yourself in that situation then you should really consider checking out Caves.

org. Here at this great site you will be able to learn all there is to know about caves, The National Speleological Society and much more. So just take my advice and, when you have the time, sit down and get online. What are you waiting for? There is no other site like this on the net, no place to find such deal of information about caves. So wait no more and stop worrying because now you have They are going to make your search really simple by showing you all that you may ever need to know on this matter. So waste no more time seeking for any other site when you can get everything that you need here at

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More – The Florida Aquarium

  • June 3, 2008

FLAquarium.comIf you love sea life and want to take your family to see fish, penguins, turtles, and other sea creatures you should consider the Florida Aquarium. You’ll find lots to see and do, and your kids will love the interactive activities that they’ll be ale to participate in.

They’ll have fun and you’ll enjoy knowing that they’re learning something in the process. Kids can be Marine Biologists for a day and assist the aquarium team members with their daily routine of cleaning, preparing food, and caring for the animals. There are also in-depth workshops that include hands-on activities where kids can learn and fulfill some Boy or Girl Scout badge requirements. The aquarium id devoted to marine conservation efforts and combines research and rehabilitation programs to support aquatic animal health, preserve ecosystems, and build scientific knowledge. You can find out about the different programs that the aquarium is involved in as well as what you can do to help on the website.

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BatCon.Org – Bat Conservation International

  • May 28, 2008

BatCon.OrgBatCon.Org is the website of the Bat Conservation International.

It has the mission to teach people the value of bats, to protect and conserve critical bat habits, and to advance scientific knowledge through research. They manage to do all this things while using a win-win beneficial solution that will benefit both bats and people. The website provides all sorts of information about bats. You can learn more about them by browsing the website’s categories located at the top and on the right hand side of the homepage. Some of these categories are BCI Photo Gallery, Help BCI, Get Involved, Publications, Conservation Programs, BCI Grants, Educator and Kids, Media Resources, and All About Bats. You can learn more about the Natural History of Bats, you can check out the species profiles, the photographs, bats in Texas, and much more. Some of tits programs include Bat Houses, Bats in Bridges, Bats in Buildings, Northern Mexico, Bats and Mines, Bats and Wind Energy, and many more. BatCon.Org

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More – Appalachian Mountain Club

  • May 26, 2008

Outdoors.orgThe Appalachian Mountain Club is the nation’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization. The club promotes protection, enjoyment, and wise use of the mountains, rivers, and trails of the Northeast outdoors.

If you enjoy outdoor activities and feel that you would like to help in preserving the beautiful landscapes of the Northeast United States you should consider becoming a member. You’ll be helping out while enjoying the many fun activities that AMC offers, as well as the AMC Outdoors magazine. There are already many members and volunteers that enjoying the many trips and the AMC organizes including activities such as hiking, climbing, skiing, and snowshoeing to name a few. Take the opportunity to learn about the outdoors and how you can be safe and care for the natural world around us. The AMC maintains over 1,700 miles of trails for people to take advantage of, as well as work to protect alpine and forest ecosystems, advocate for land and riverway conservation, and even monitor air quality. If you are interested in becoming part of the AMC you’ll find all the necessary information on the website.

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