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  Why? Because Pennsylvania has it all — natural beauty, a
healthy lifestyle, and a high quality of life for the people who
make the state great. The Environmental Fund for Pennsylvania
and our 16 participating organizations exist to help Pennsylvanians
keep it that way

 
  Allegheny Land Trust protects Pennsylvania's beauty, biodiversity, recreational capacity, and water quality, while educating our communities, through land preservation.

  Audubon Pennsylvania works to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity in Pennsylvania.

  Clean Air Council is dedicated to protecting everyone's right to breathe clean air. CAC protects air quality by promoting waste reduction and recycling, sustainable transportation, clean energy and better indoor air quality.

  Clean Water Fund We all live downstream. Tons of toxic chemicals dumped into Pennsylvania's water and air cause asthma, birth defects and cancer. To protect your health, CWF fights pollution.

  Energy Coordinating Agency assists over 30,000 families annually with energy conservation, renewable energy, and related services.

  Lancaster Farmland Trust works to preserve the richest farmland in Lancaster County, support good stewardship of the land, and encourage a thriving agricultural economy in PA.

  The Nature Conservancy's mission is to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.

  PA Association for Sustainable Agriculture works to bring locally grown food to your family's table. We work for the promotion of environmentally friendly, community oriented farming, and to assure an economically viable future for PA's farmers.

  PA CleanWays empowers people to eliminate littering and illegal dumping. The statewide organization promotes education and a community-based approach involving volunteers, businesses, and governments.

  PA Environmental Council improves quality of life statewide, by enhancing the natural and built environments through an integration of advocacy, education and implementation of community and regional action projects.

  The Pennsylvania Environmental Defense Foundation promotes environmental awareness and protection with aid, assistance and education of environmental rights. PEDF provides scientific and other professional expertise as well.

  The PA Land Trust Association program improves the quality and increases the quantity of conservation acquisition projects in Pennsylvania.

  PA Recreation and Park Society actively supports local and state parks-including Fairmount Park and area recreation centers-with grants, training and assistance for parks and recreation professionals and volunteers.

  PA Resources Council PRC's Environmental Living Center in Ridley Creek State Park is an education site for teachers, students, government and industry to learn about the environmental impact of our daily lifestyle choices.

  The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy converts abandoned railroads into trails for hiking, bicycling and inline skating-safe for all ages and abilities. The Schuylkill River Trails is a great example.

  Wildlands Conservancy preserves eastern PA's lands and streams and teaches children about nature's wonders. This year alone, we'll preserve another 24,000 acres and education 25,000 more children.

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