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  • Natural Resources Conservation & Protection

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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 protect our natural resources from abuse, neglect, waste or exploitation and preserve their availability for future generations.

    Key words: Audubon Society; Conservation; Ecology; Natural Resources Conservation; Environmental Impact Statements; Natural Resources Management; Natural Resources Protection; Nonrenewable Resources; Plant Conservation; Plat Species Reintroduction; Restoration Ecology; Seed Banks; Wildflower Conservation

    Scope notes: Includes: Plant conservation organizations not elsewhere classified.

    Excludes: Parks and playgrounds. Use Parks & Playgrounds (N32). Wildlife preservation and protection. Use Wildlife Preservation & Protection (D30). Farmland preservation. Use Farmland Preservation (K25). Irrigation services. Use Agricultural Programs (K20).

    See also: Agricultural Programs; Farmland Preservation; Parks; Wildlife Preservation & Protection


Assets: 242.4 million
Revenue:494.9 million
Contact:
1655 FORT MYER DR STE 1300
ARLINGTON , VA

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND INC
EIN: 521693387
Assets: 213.9 million
Revenue:412.1 million
Contact:
1250 24TH ST NW
WASHINGTON , DC

Assets: 146.1 million
Revenue:296.3 million
Contact: FINANCE DEPARTMENT
2011 CRYSTAL DRIVE
ARLINGTON , VA

Assets: 137.7 million
Revenue:432.9 million
Contact:
225 VARICK ST FL 7
NEW YORK , NY

Assets: 133.1 million
Revenue:249 million
Contact: COMPTROLLERS OFFICE
40 WEST 20TH STREET
NEW YORK , NY

RESOURCES LEGACY FUND
EIN: 954703838
Assets: 85.7 million
Revenue:60.8 million
Contact:
555 CAPITOL MALL STE 1095
SACRAMENTO , CA

Assets: 82.7 million
Revenue:66 million
Contact:
VANCOUVER BC V6C 1T2
CANADA , .

SIERRA CLUB FOUNDATION
EIN: 946069890
Assets: 78.2 million
Revenue:101.9 million
Contact:
85 SECOND STREET
SAN FRANCISCO , CA

DUCKS UNLIMITED INC
EIN: 912009004
Assets: 75.9 million
Revenue:NA
Contact:
1 WATERFOWL WAY
MEMPHIS , TN

Assets: 75.5 million
Revenue:760.5 million
Contact:
PO BOX 9023554
SAN JUAN , PR

Assets: 52.2 million
Revenue:27.8 million
Contact:
770 AUGUSTA RD
EDGEFIELD , SC

Assets: 50.3 million
Revenue:216.3 million
Contact:
208 S GREAT RD
LINCOLN , MA

CHRISTENSEN FUND
EIN: 946055879
Assets: 43.4 million
Revenue:81.9 million
Contact:
260 TOWNSEND ST 600
SAN FRANCISCO , CA

Assets: 38.1 million
Revenue:5.5 million
Contact:
770 AUGUSTA RD
EDGEFIELD , SC

Assets: 26.5 million
Revenue:39.8 million
Contact:
505 5TH AVE STE 444
DES MOINES , IA


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