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Beyond Pesticides
Washington, DC
Founded in 1981, Beyond Pesticides (formerly National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides) works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides. Beyond Pesticides has historically taken a two-pronged approach to the pesticide problem by identifying the risks of conventional pest management practices and promoting non-chemical and least-hazardous management alternatives. The organization's primary goal is to effect change through local action, assisting individuals and community-based organizations to stimulate discussion on the hazards of toxic pesticides, while providing information on safer alternatives.
San Diego Canyonlands
San Diego, CA
In February 2008, San Diego Canyonlands was incorporated as a tax-deductible nonprofit corporation.
Alaska Center for the Environment
Anchorage, AK
Founded in 1971, Alaska Center for the Environment is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.8m in revenue and 64 employees. Alaska Center for the Environment is headquartered in Anchorage, AK and its executive director is Polly Carr as of December, 2019.
Great Rivers Habitat Alliance
St. Louis, MO
A group of citizens, concerned about the current flood plain development trends within the St. Louis Metropolitan region, established Great Rivers Habitat Alliance in June 2000. GRHA addresses issues affecting wetland habitat and promotes sensible use of flood plains in the confluence region of the Mississippi, Missouri, and Illinois Rivers. Great Rivers Habitat Alliance supports preservation of the flood plains of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. The organization’s primary focus is on the Confluence Flood Plain in St. Charles County. The organization seeks to save our natural flood plain and rural agricultural heritage. GRHA strives in influencing public officials to make changes in their policies and legislation that is affecting the regional flood plain development.
Palmetto Pride the Governors Council on Beautification & Litter
Columbia, SC
Founded in 1999, Palmetto Pride the Governors Council on Beautification & Litter is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.6m in revenue and 12 employees. Palmetto Pride the Governors Council on Beautification & Litter is headquartered in Columbia, SC and its chairman is Thomas L. Bailey as of June, 2019.
Clark Fork Coalition
Missoula, MT
Founded in 1985, Clark Fork Coalition is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.4m in revenue and 21 employees. Clark Fork Coalition is headquartered in Missoula, MT and its executive director is Karen Knudsen as of December, 2019.
Conservation Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
Founded in 2002, Conservation Minnesota is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.1m in revenue and 12 employees. Conservation Minnesota is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and its director/pre is Matthew Lewis as of June, 2019.
Elizabeth River Project
Portsmouth, VA
Founded in 1993, Elizabeth River Project is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.1m in revenue and 34 employees. Elizabeth River Project is headquartered in Portsmouth, VA and its vice-president is Frank Daniel as of September, 2019.
Upstate Forever
Greenville, SC
Founded in 1998, Upstate Forever is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $2m in revenue and 21 employees. Upstate Forever is headquartered in Greenville, SC and its chair is Mark Taylor as of December, 2019.
Accountability Counsel
San Francisco, CA
Founded in 2014, Accountability Counsel is an environment nonprofit focused on alliances & advocacy. It is a relatively small organization, with $1.8m in revenue and 9 employees. Accountability Counsel is headquartered in San Francisco, CA and its president & ed is Natalie B. Fields as of August, 2019.