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  • Environmental Beautification

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    Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to preserve, protect and improve the environment.

    Scope notes: Includes: Organizations that are involved in pollution control and abatement; conservation and development of natural resources; control or elimination of hazardous or toxic substances including pesticides; solid waste management; urban beautification and open spaces development; environmental education and outdoor survival; and botanical gardens and horticultural societies.

    Excludes: Organizations including those that operate refuges and fisheries that focus on the protection and preservation of wildlife (see D-Animal-Related); programs that focus on the protection and preservation of farmlands or soil and water conservation for agricultural, food production purposes (see K-Food, Agriculture & Nutrition); and organizations that develop and maintain recreational parks (see N-Recreation & Sports).

    Organizations that enhance the aesthetic characteristics of the built environment by acquiring and preserving open spaces for public enjoyment; planting trees, flowers and shrubs in public places; conducting recycling and roadside cleanup campaigns; and engaging in other environmental beautification activities.

    Key words: Adopt-a-Road; Beautification; Billboard Regulations; City Beautification; City Beautiful; Cleanup Campaigns; Environmental Aesthetics; Environmental Beautification; Graffiti Removal; Green Space; Greenways; Highway Beautification; Highway Rest Areas Maintenance; Litter Control; Litter Prevention; Open Spaces; Rails-to Trails; Rail Trails; Roadside Rest Areas Maintenance; Tree Planting; Urban Beautification; Urban Open Spaces; Urban Forestry; Urban Parks

    Scope notes: For Main Street Programs USE S20 Community & Neighborhood Development.

    Includes: Urban parks; and Highway beautification campaigns.

    See also: Land Conservation (C34); Parks & Playgrounds (N32); Recycling (C27)


TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND
EIN: 237222333
Assets: 176.8 million
Revenue:319.5 million
Contact:
101 MONTGOMERY ST STE 900
SAN FRANCISCO , CA

Assets: 99.2 million
Revenue:246.2 million
Contact:
222 HIGH ST
PALO ALTO , CA

Assets: 40.2 million
Revenue:33.7 million
Contact: GARY DEEMER
211 N 12TH ST STE 501
LINCOLN , NE

Assets: 20.2 million
Revenue:8.9 million
Contact: MRMATTHEW MCKENNA
1010 WASHINGTON BLVD
STAMFORD , CT

FOREST PARK FOREVER INC
EIN: 431427062
Assets: 19.7 million
Revenue:41.2 million
Contact: LESLEY S HOFFARTH
5595 GRAND DRIVE IN FOREST PARK
ST LOUIS , MO

Assets: 14.7 million
Revenue:35.8 million
Contact:
212 3RD AVE N STE 560
MINNEAPOLIS , MN

Assets: 12.5 million
Revenue:12.4 million
Contact: DREW BECHER
254 W 31ST ST FL 10
NEW YORK , NY

Assets: 7.8 million
Revenue:3.7 million
Contact:
2121 WARD CT NW FL 5
WASHINGTON , DC

GREENING OF DETROIT
EIN: 310036036
Assets: 5.9 million
Revenue:4.2 million
Contact:
1418 MICHIGAN AVE
DETROIT , MI

NURTURE NATURE FOUNDATION
EIN: 133637915
Assets: 5.7 million
Revenue:29.5 million
Contact: PHIL WEINPUR
315 7TH AVE APT 22B
NEW YORK , NY

Assets: 4.1 million
Revenue:5.5 million
Contact:
1029 FLETCHER AVENUE STE 100
INDIANAPOLIS , IN

TREES ATLANTA INC
EIN: 581584758
Assets: 3.8 million
Revenue:7.6 million
Contact:
225 CHESTER AVE SE
ATLANTA , GA

HERMANN PARK CONSERVANCY
EIN: 760327389
Assets: 3.4 million
Revenue:10.7 million
Contact:
6201 A HERMANN PARK DRIVE
HOUSTON , TX

Assets: 3.2 million
Revenue:25.9 million
Contact: JOHN TRASK & ASSOC
274 OLD SHORT HILLS RD
SHORT HILLS , NJ

Assets: 2.7 million
Revenue:7.2 million
Contact: DONALD W GIFFIN
PO BOX 52
YOUNGSTOWN , PA


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