"Allen County Parks Mission…To establish and manage a permanent park system incorporating conservation, education, outdoor values, and nature preservation, and to provide recreational opportunities for the people of Allen County within this structure."
"The Allen County Partnership for Water Quality provides education, information, outreach concerning issues impacting and impacted by storm water. The ACPWQ also helps to encourage public participation in improving the quality of the county's waters."
"Our Mission is to provide professional, responsive, efficient and cost-effective government and community services to provide assistance to and improve the quality of life of the people in Allen County."
"Indiana Audubon Society's mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and other groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana's natural heritage, its unique flora and fauna."
"Called Mes-kwah-wa-se-pe or "old redwood creek" by Native Americans, Cedar Creek is the largest tributary of the St. Joseph River, draining 174,780 acres (707 km²) in northeastern Indiana. It rises in northwestern DeKalb County and joins the St. Joseph just below the Cedarville Dam in Allen County."
"The mission of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources is to protect, enhance, preserve, and wisely use natural, cultural, and recreational resources for the benefit of Indiana's citizens through professional leadership, management, and education. "
"Protecting and restoring our natural heritage. Plants, animals, unique habitats and gorgeous landscapes like dune and swale, ridges and valleys, dramatic cliffs, pristine rivers and lakes, forests, wetlands, prairies, caves and karst… these are Indiana’s natural heritage and what the Indiana Natural Resources Foundation works to protect, restore and teach."
"NRCS employees work in every county in Indiana. District conservationists, resource conservationists, wetland conservationists, soil conservationists, soil conservation technicians, engineers, biologists, agronomists, and soil scientists work hand-in-hand with land users to conserve natural resources on private lands. We are committed to providing high quality technical assistance, conservation planning and program information support to private land users. Together we can meet the changing challenges in managing Indiana's natural resources."
"A Strategic Approach to Conservation State wildlife action plans outline the steps that are needed to conserve wildlife and habitat before they become more rare and more costly to protect. Taken as a whole, they present a national action agenda for preventing wildlife from becoming endangered."
"Mission Statement - To conserve, maintain, protect and restore the soil, forest, water and other natural resources of the United States and other lands; to promote means and opportunities for the education of the public with respect to such resources and their enjoyment and wholesome utilization."
"Little River Wetlands Project is a nonprofit land trust founded in 1990 with the goal of restoring and preserving wetlands in the watershed of the Little River, a headwater tributary of the Wabash River."
"Amphibian populations throughout the world have been experiencing declines, possible causes include habitat loss and degradation, pollution, disease, increased UV radiation, and the introduction of exotic species. Long-term monitoring allows us to keep an eye on frog and toad populations, so we can take the proper steps needed to protect them."
"As all levels of government around the country are managing budget reductions, the state of Indiana is committed to keeping all essential government services running smoothly and effectively during these difficult times. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is temporarily suspending state-funded grant and loan programs for business and local government recycling and pollution prevention projects, including the Recycling Market Development Program."
"Save Maumee Grassroots Organization was formed to create awareness about the conditions of the three rivers in Fort Wayne, Indiana, while also facilitating ecosystem restoration projects to help the entire Great Lakes Watershed. Ultimately, we attempt to repair and improve the St. Joe, St. Mary, and Maumee Rivers while working to reverse years of pollution."
"It is an active and vibrant organization that works to accomplish the Sierra Club's mission to: 1. Explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth.
2. Practice and promote responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources.
3. Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment."
"Wolf Park is a nonprofit education and research facility which was established in 1972 by Dr. Erich Klinghammer. Along with research and seminars on wolf behavior, particularly reproductive and inter-pack social behavior, Wolf Park provides interpretive programs to school groups throughout the year by prearrangement. We are also open to the general public from May through November and Saturday evening for Howl Nights."
"The Wabash River Heritage Corridor Commission, representing the Wabash River Heritage Corridor, shall protect and enhance the natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resources and encourage sustainable development of the corridor."
"Our farm is located east of Huntertown in northern Allen County, Indiana. It lies on the margin of the Wabash moraine in the land of the Cedar Creek. Nearby is the Cedar Creek tunnel valley and the Eel River sluiceway, areas of significant interest to glacial geologists."
"Eco-USA.net launched with the new millennium in January 2000. However, its origins as the local website EcoIndiana date back to May 1996. It began as a repository for information about Indiana's superfund sites and the contaminants found within them."
"An Uncommon Approach: Four Core Strategies Founded in 1967 as the Environmental Defense Fund, we tackle the most serious environmental problems with: * Sound science * Economic incentives * Corporate partnerships * Getting the law right."
"Freshwater Future builds effective community-based citizen action to protect and restore the water quality of the Great Lakes basin. We work toward this goal by providing financial assistance, communications and networking assistance and technical assistance to citizens and grassroots watershed groups throughout the Great Lakes basin."
"The National Register of Historic Places is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. Authorized under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect our historic and archeological resources."
"Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. And our founder, John Muir, appears on the back of the California quarter."