NonProfitStats Over 1.8 million non-profits

Environment>Environmental Education
  • Environmental Education

    Click for more details.

    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 such as nature centers that provide informal classes which acquaint participants with particular aspects of their environment and increase their understanding of and appreciation for ecological balance.

    Key words: Bush Survival; Ecotourism; Environmental Education; Environmental Interpretive Centers; Nature Centers; Nature Walks; Orienteering; Outdoor Education; Outdoor Survival; Outdoor Survival Skills; Outward Bound; Wilderness Survival Skills

    Scope notes: Use for organizations that have specific environmental education programs that conduct hands on learning projects in the field or in classrooms and/or develop curricula and teaching materials for students and educators. Use other environmental codes for organizations that conduct public education and public awareness promotion as one program of the organization's mission.

    Includes: Hands-on learning experiences; Online educational resource centers; Organizations that provide educational materials and curricula; and Outdoor adventure/survival programs.


Assets: 125.1 million
Revenue:154 million
Contact:
257 PARK AVE SO 16FL
NEW YORK , NY

Assets: 52.9 million
Revenue:59.7 million
Contact:
777 6TH ST NW STE 700
WASHINGTON , DC

Assets: 35.5 million
Revenue:66.7 million
Contact:
284 LINCOLN ST
LANDER , WY

ISLANDWOOD
EIN: 311654076
Assets: 32.4 million
Revenue:54.9 million
Contact: THE BRAINERD FOUNDATION
4450 BLAKELY AVE NE
BAINBRIDGE IS , WA

Assets: 23.1 million
Revenue:117.7 million
Contact:
5 JOY ST
BOSTON , MA

NATUREBRIDGE
EIN: 942145930
Assets: 19.6 million
Revenue:24.5 million
Contact: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
28 GEARY ST STE 650
SAN FRANCISCO , CA

GUIDED DISCOVERIES INC
EIN: 953285562
Assets: 14.3 million
Revenue:18.6 million
Contact:
PO BOX 1360
CLAREMONT , CA

Assets: 13.5 million
Revenue:32.6 million
Contact:
400 S BADOUR RD
MIDLAND , MI

Assets: 13.5 million
Revenue:5 million
Contact:
150 POST ST STE 342
SAN FRANCISCO , CA

Assets: 12.2 million
Revenue:28.2 million
Contact:
4949 TEALTOWN RD
MILFORD , OH

TETON SCIENCE SCHOOLS
EIN: 830219163
Assets: 11.6 million
Revenue:40.2 million
Contact: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
700 COYOTE CANYON ROAD
JACKSON , WY

Assets: 10.9 million
Revenue:13.1 million
Contact:
2900 QUINCY STREET
ARLINGTON , VA

Assets: 9.9 million
Revenue:3.3 million
Contact: THOMPSON ISLAND
PO BOX 127
SOUTH BOSTON , MA

Assets: 8.9 million
Revenue:2.5 million
Contact: DAN FISH
3050 HECKER PASS HWY
GILROY , CA

GREAT BASIN INSTITUTE
EIN: 880431016
Assets: 8.7 million
Revenue:6.3 million
Contact: JERRY KEIR
16750 MT ROSE HWY
RENO , NV


Web Analytics