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EETAP

Headquartered in Houston, TX, ConocoPhillips is the third largest integrated energy company and the largest refiner in the United States. The company pledges that wherever they operate, they will conduct its business with respect and care for both the local and global environment. The company strives to protect the safety of the environment they work in and to eliminate all incidents of environmental harm from its activities.

For news and information on their products and services, check out their website at www.conocophillips.com.

   
EETAP

The Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP), receives funding from the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Education cooperative agreement with the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. EETAP serves as a national leader in the delivery of environmental education training to education professionals. Committed to ensuring that ethnically diverse and low-income communities benefit from and actively participate in education that advances student learning and environmental literacy, the partnership supports a wide array of education professionals.

You may visit their web page at www.eetap.org for more detailed description of their mission and activities.

   
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NAAEE

Founded in 1971, the North American Association for Environmental Education is a network of professionals, students, and volunteers working in the fields of environmental education throughout North America and over 55 countries around the world to promote a healthy, sustainable environment through education. For NAAEE, the goal of environmental education is not only teaching, but preparing "people to think together about the difficult decisions they have to make concerning environmental stewardship, and to work together to improve and try to solve, environmental problems." The association promotes not only a coherent, cooperative, nonconfrontational, scientifically-balanced approach to the full integration of environmental education, but also the integration of this approach into all aspects of curriculum.

For more information about NAAEE, please visit their website, www.naaee.org.

   
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National Wildlife Federation

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate, inspire, and asist individuals and organizations of diverse cultures to conserve wildlife and other natural resources and to protect the Earth's environment in order to acheive a peaceful, equitable, and sustainable future.

Through a joint partnership, the Council for Environmental Education and the NWF produced the Science and Civics: Sustaining Wildlife Guide. Reaching out to the nation's teens as up-and-coming stewards, the guide involves students in grades 9-12 in an environmental action projects that will benefit their local wildlife community. For more information about Science and Civics: Sustaining Wildlife, check out our Service Learning link at the top of the page.

To find out more about NWF, visit www.nwf.org.

   

NEETF

The National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF), chartered by Congress in 1990, is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing environmental education in its many forms. NEETF's mission is a stronger future through environmental learning --improved health, education, business, and ecological protection through innovative learning.

To learn more about NEETF's goals and programs, you can view their website at www.neetf.org.

   
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NEETF

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) promotes healthy populations of fish, wildlife, and plants by generating a new commerce that makes conservation part of every bottom line decision. A national non-profit grant-making and grant-seeking organization, the foundation connects the skills, resources, and goals of private and public partners to develop innovative conservation activities. Using federally-appropriated, NFWF aims to triple each dollar for on-the-ground conservation while maintaining the lowest overhead in business.

For more information about NFWF and its programs, visit www.nfwf.org.

   
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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitats. As part of their effort in conservation, education, and the promotion of the sound management of elk, the foundation provided CEE with a generous grant for the 1994 production of the WILD About Elk guide.

If you are interested in discovering more about elk and what you can do to help the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation accomplish its goals, take a peek at www.rmef.org.

   
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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

At the national level, fish and wildlife agencies play a key role in WILD sponsorship. For further information about WILD State Sponsor, click on the link to the left.

   
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