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81. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service | Southeast Region | Links Of Interest
alabama Birding Association Offices (FWS) in alabama. and Conservation Tennessee'sEnvironment Tennessee Farm Federation Tennessee State parks Tennessee Valley

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A B C D ... Z A Alabama Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Alabama Wildlife and Fresh Water Fisheries Division

Alabama Wildlife and Fresh Water Fisheries Division
Offices (FWS) in Alabama
Arkansas Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Arkansas Home Page

Offices (FWS) in Arkansas
B Biological US National Biological Service Birds American Bird Conservancy
Bird Conservation Node
Bird Day Birdwatch America ... Wild Bird Feeding Institute C Caribbean Offices (FWS) in the Caribbean Caribbean Conservation Association Caribbean Conservation Corporation Welcome to Puerto Rico ... Virgin Islands National Park Conservation Conservation International Congress Congressional and Legislative Affairs D E Ecosystems Ecosystem approach Endangered Endangered Species EPA Environmental Protection Agency Exhibits Online Exhibits External Affairs Washington Office of External Affairs R4 Office of External Affairs F Federal Holidays Federal Holidays Federal Register Federal Register Notices and Regulations Fish National Fish and Wildlife Foundation National Fish Strain Registry Florida

82. | Alabama Ornithological Society (AOS) | Bird Songs | Western
alabama Ornithological Society (AOS). Kevin J. Colver Productions These are regionalbirding guides tailored to clusters of heavily visited National parks.

83. USGS Recreation
64 North Union Street Montgomery, alabama 36130 (800 Department of Game, Fish andParks 523 East Tennessee Department of environment and Conservation, Tennessee

Biology Geology Mapping ... Help Science for Safe and Vital Enjoyment of the Outdoors United States Parks, Wildlife Departments, and Recreation Facilities Click on a letter below to scroll to that alphabetical listing of a State:
B C D ... Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
64 North Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36130-1456
Alabama State Parks
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
64 North Union Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36130
(800) ALA-PARK Alaska Department of Fish and Game Alaska Department of Fish and Game
P.O. Box 25526
Juneau, AK 99802-5526 Alaska State Parks and Outdoor Recreation Alasha Department of Natural Resources 550 West 7th Avenue Suite 1260 Anchorage, AK 99501-3557 TDD: (907) 269-8411 Arizona Game and Fish Department Arizona Game and Fish Department 2221 West Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85023-4399 Arizona State Parks Arizona State Parks 1300 West Washington Phoenix, AZ 85007 Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism One Capitol Mall Little Rock, AR 72201

84. Switch Now And Save The Earth While You Surf!
protected parks and conservation areas will boost ecotourism and alleviate povertyas well as conserving wildlife and wild lands. Copyright environment News
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Resources at Risk
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Nevada Desert Grazing

Windfarm on Cape Cod

Chemical Security

Snake River Dams

Species on the Brink
Alabama Carnivorous Plant
Bactrian Camel Endangered Shrimp Farms Harm Mangroves Malaysian Tigers Spared ... West African Gorilla Sanctuary Resources at Risk 4,000 Acre Ranch America Losing Farmland Lake Tahoe Restoration African Transfrontier Parks ... Coral Reefs Under Seige Good News PA Hotels Certified Green Solar Array in Brooklyn Habitat for Rare Species Moon Trees Across America ... UK Certifies State Forests Action Alerts Vegan Anti-Whaling Ship Hawaiians and Johnston Atoll Alternative to Petroleum Space for Peace ... Climate Change Action Get Outdoors Tallgrass Aspen Park Mountain Lion Country The Worth of a Bird in the Hand From the Redwoods to the Sea ... Secret of Kartchner Caverns Southern Africa Opens Transfrontier Parks PRETORIA, South Africa, September 23, 2002 (ENS) - Some of the most important biodiversity hotspots in Southern Africa are being protected by international cooperative efforts formalized as transfrontier parks and conservation areas. South Africa is reaching out in all directions forming alliances with its neighbors - Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho - to break down the political and physical barriers that prevent real conservation from taking place.

85. Soil Testing Can Help The Urban Environment
alabama's soils are naturally acid and infertile lawns for recreation and play; beautifulparks and gardens agriculture; and a green, clean, healthy environment.
EXTENSION ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION, AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AL 36849-5647 Soil Testing Can Help The Urban Environment ANR-743, 1992. By Charles Mitchell, Extension Agronomist , Agronomy, Auburn University The proper use of manures and fertilizers is essential in maintaining urban landscapes in Alabama. Soil testing is one tool that has been emphasized for decades as essential to safe and economical fertilizer use. Today, it is still essential. In fact, where nutrient recommendations are followed within reasonable guidelines of soil testing and other best management practices are followed, there has been no indication of excessive nutrients entering surface groundwaters. Fertilizers and manure can, in fact, help improve our environment by enhancing productivity and fertilizer efficiency on our urban landscapes. Soil Testing For The Homeowner Homeowners and gardeners sent in more than one out of every four soil samples tested by Auburn University's Soil Testing Laboratory last year. Over 70 percent of the backyard garden samples were high, very high, or extremely high in phosphorus. Additional application of this nutrient, particularly at the very high and extremely high range, is not only wasteful, but could be environmentally damaging if the soil is not carefully protected from erosion. Nutrients are concentrated in an urban environment—nutrients from septic tanks, golf courses, lawns and gardens, city parks, and even pets. Some studies have shown that streams flowing through urban areas pick up nitrogen and phosphorus and lose them in rural areas. Because of this, suburban homeowners, gardeners, and those who manage public grounds need to rely on soil testing more closely to manage nutrient applications to the soil.

86. Robert J. Fares's Bookmarks
alabama Game and Fish alabama Geological Survey Department of Health and EnvironmentKansas Department of Wildlife and parks Missouri Department of
Robert J. Fares's Bookmarks
Professional Organizations
Environmental Journalism
International Guild of Professional Consultants
International Society of Exposure Analysis
National Association of Environmental Professionals ...
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
US Environmental Protection Agency
EMCI Query Form (EPA Chemical Dictionary)
EPA gopher server ...
EPA - Risk Assessment Forum
U.S. EPA Regional Offices
EPA Region 1
EPA Region 2
EPA Region 3
Region 3 Risk Assessment ...
EPA Region 10
National Laboratories
Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne Laboratory Risk Assessment and Safety Evaluation
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Department of Energy Home Page ...
Savannah River Site
Other U.S. Government Agencies
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Reclamation ...
U.S. Geological Survey
Non-U.S. Government Agencies
Australian Environment On-Line
Environment Canada
Health Canada / Santé Canada
Natural Resources Canada ...
United Nations Environment Programme - Geneva Executive Center
State Agencies
Region 1
Connecticut Department of Agriculture
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Connecticut Department of Public Health
Maine Bureau of Health ...
Maine Department of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Resources

87. Envision 2020 - Central Alabama's River Region: Working Together - Working Wonde
• 1,757 participants in 15 ideagathering meetings • 4,464 ideas gathered• 400 participants in five goal-writing meetings • 27 goals • 134
Envision2020 at a glance
Five major topic areas have emerged from the vision: How We Learn Together Relates to goals on education curriculum and instruction facilities financing public services ; and mentoring and training
How We Grow Together
Relates to goals on planning and zoning historic preservation, physical design and beautification downtowns and riverfronts neighborhoods ...
How We Live Together
Relates to goals on human relations and diversity youth and seniors family and housing issues crime, drugs and public safety ; and health, wellness and health care delivery
How We Work Together
Relates to goals on economic development job creation, labor force, and minority and small business financing public services structure of government and regional cooperation ; and citizen involvement and leadership
How We Play Together
Relates to goals on culture and the arts events, sports and programs recreational facilities tourism ... greenbelts, parks and the environment ; and clean air and water, and recycling

88. RAISIN - Environment & Nature
environment NATURE Festivals or activities involvingtrees, flowers or the environment
Festivals or activities involving trees, flowers or the environment Look up events in the following states:
SEPT. 15
FAIRHOPE/GULF SHORES - Coastal Cleanup - (334) 626-0042 ARKANSAS
Through SEPT. 17
PINE BLUFF SEPT. 16, 23, 30
RUSSELLVILLE - Lock Tour, Lake Dardanelle State Park - (501) 968-2530 CALIFORNIA
SEPT. 15
DUNSMUIR - Upper Sacramento River Clean-Up - (530) 235-2012 CONNECTICUT
SEPT. 15-16 NORWICH SEPT. 20 GLASTONBURY - Autumnal Equinox, Connecticut Audubon Center - (860) 633-8402 SEPT. 21-OCT. 6 BRISTOL - Chrysanthemum Festival - (860) 584-4718 SEPT. 22 LITCHFIELD - Family Nature Day, White Memorial Foundation - (860) 567-0857 FLORIDA OCT. 19-21 LIVE OAK - Magnolia Fest - (904) 364-1683 OCT. 27 PERRY - Florida Forest Festival - (850) 584-8733 GEORGIA SEPT. 15-16 LINCOLNTON - Elijah Clark State Park Homecoming - (706) 359-7970 SEPT. 15-16, 22-23, 29-30; OCT. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 27-28 TALLULAH FALLS - Aesthetic Water Releases, Tallulah Gorge - (706) 754-7970 ILLINOIS SEPT. 15

parks AND OUTDOOR RECREATION. United States of America Region IV (MidSouth).
United States of America
Region IV (Mid-South)
BACK TO INDEX Go to General U.S. Parks and Recreation page For comments or corrections, please email: Steve Morris Back to Morris' Homepage Content last modified 20020514; complete validation 200112.

90. State Fish And Game Links
Trophy Turkey Hunting Try alabama, Florida, Texas, South Carolina andNew York. You'll find excellent Turkey hunting throughout this site.
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Hunting Monster Whitetail Deer: Try Kansas Illinois , and Iowa hunting pages for some excellent outfitters! Beautiful Whitetail Deer can be found throughout North America, but don't overlook locations that may not be the first place you think of - like New York Duck, Goose (Waterfowl) Hunting: Try Saskatchewan and New Brunswick in Canada, and Arkansas Louisiana down south. Trophy Turkey Hunting: Try Alabama Florida Texas South Carolina and New York . You'll find excellent Turkey hunting throughout this site. Wanta Go Elk Hunting? Consider Idaho and New Mexico and yes, even Arkansas . Have you ever heard the majestic sound of a Bull Elk echo through the mist of the mountain ridge? Our experienced Elk Guides can help you enjoy the hunt of a lifetime.

91. Earth Day
Mr. Alan Bates brought a display of bird houses to encourage the students to takecare of their environment, and a recycling program for the entire campus was day 2000.htm

Earth Day 2000
Earth Day 2001

Earth Day 2002
Great Math Web Sites Great Science Web Sites ... Guest book Earth Day 2000 Faculty members: Harold Johnson, Carol Cranford, David Wilson, and James Parrish pose for a picture with Billy Cooper around the display honoring his late wife, Elizabeth Cooper. On April 20, 2000, the Natural Science and Mathematics Division celebrated Earth Day with a tribute to the late Elizabeth Cooper. The event was held on the 2nd floor of the Elrod Science building during break. All students and faculty were encouraged to attend. Refreshments were served, and special Earth Day t-shirts were sold by the Organic Chemistry students. Mr. Alan Bates brought a display of bird houses to encourage the students to take care of their environment, and a recycling program for the entire campus was initiated. Dr. Elizabeth Cooper taught Biology at Snead from 1971-1996. She encouraged everyone to take responsibility for saving our environment. She accomplished many things while teaching at Snead. Biology classes still use the lab guide that she wrote in 1982. She was an inspiration to all who knew her. At the age of 64, in November of 1999, Dr. Cooper's race was over. We dedicated this day and display to her memory. Our recycling program will be maintained by all participating SSCC clubs and organizations and will be focused on the recycling of aluminum cans. Please help us by putting your empty coke cans in one of the recycling bins placed around the campus. It is an easy way to do your part in maintaining a cleaner environment!

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