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View Resource Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment works to provide the general public and others with high-quality information about topics such as pollution, climate change, and water resources. Visitors to their homepage can look over sections that include "Key Topics", "News and Events", "Pollution Prevention", and "Air". Each of these sections contains materials that address how...

View Resource U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Native American Liaison

The Office of the Native American Liaison works with the United States government and tribal officials of federally recognized tribes across the United States to work on conservation efforts for fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats. The "Tribal Wildlife Grants" (TWG), located on the menu on the left hand side of the menu, offered by the United States government, are highly competitive and...

View Resource The Ocean Conservancy

Learn about the Ocean Conservancy's conservation projects, the latest news in marine conservation, how to get involved, and more. Read over the current issues the Ocean Conservancy is working on, such as by catch, invasive species, and overfishing. Explore the "Fish and Wildlife" link for pictures and information on threatened and endangered animals; and read past and current issues of Blue...

View Resource Wildlife Conservation Research Unit

Oxford University has a very important website dedicated to its Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), that hopes to solve the "conflict between peoples' futures and wildlife conservation." There are several themes on the website, all of which can be found on the left hand menu. Visitors will find the following topics to explore: "Endangered Species", "Invasives", "Land Use &...

View Resource The Mannahatta Project

Amongst old time residents of the island on Manhattan, talk can turn to what the Lower East Side used to be like 20, 10, or even 5 years ago. Some like to bemoan the gentrification of Harlem and others recall the "bad old days" in Hell's Kitchen. The folks at the Wildlife Conservation Society are interested in the long view, and they'd like to find out what Manhattan (or Mannahatta as it was...

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