||The NY-NJ Trail Conference,
a group of trail maintainers since 1920.
||The Mid-Hudson Vegetarian Society.
||Certified Naturally Grown,
a brand-new, grass-roots alternative to the national USDA organic
program, so that small farmers can continue to grow diverse,
chemical-free crops. Mid-Hudson Sierra has endorsed this new,
inexpensive, locally run program.
||Hudson Valley Sustainable Community
Network. Write email@example.com to
receive their Community Calendar via email.
||Hudson Valley Network. HV/Net Information Listings
contain over 20,000 Hudson Valley enterprises.
||AirHead website tells
you how much pollution you are personally generating, then gives tips
on how to reduce that amount.
||Ecology Fund: Watch
human population figures increase moment-by-moment, as natural habitats
rapidly decrease. This representation should have significant impact.
||Trees For Tigers:
Our goal: 200,000 trees planted in the Russian far east to expand tiger
habitat this year--millions more in the years to come.
||Global ReLeafis American Forests' education and action program that helps
individuals, organizations, agencies, and corporations improve the
local and global environment by planting and caring for trees.
||The Bard Center for Environmental Policy offers a graduate program in environmental policy as well as public outreach and education about environmental policy.
||Information on low maintenance native trees, shrubs, and perennials that would need less water and have less of an impact on the environment is provided by the Institute of Ecosystem Studies on
their website. Click on Visitor Info and then on "Gardening Tips".
||This is Dan Shapley's, former award-winning environmental editor of the Poughkeepsie Journal, newest endeavor.
||Working to save Catskill Park Communities from overdevelopment.|
||Working to save Williams Lake from overdevelopment.|
|The Environmentalist's Diet
||Lectures about the environmentalist's diet.
||Toxic chemical pollution reports near schools.