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Environmental Federation of New England

A coalition of 38 New England environmental organizations protecting natural resources and public health. Coalition directs workplace giving and volunteerism initiatives as a "United Way" for the environment.
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171 Milk Street, Suite 32
Boston , MA 02109
Contact Person: Jay Astle
Phone: 617-542-3363
Fax: 617-350-5052
E-Mail: efne@shore.net
Website: http://www.GreenForNewEngland.org

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Regardless of whether your interests lie in hiking Mount Washington, providing safe drinking water for your family, or fighting the rising level of asthma in inner-city Boston, Providence, or Hartford, the members of the Environmental Federation of New England can help. The Environmental Federation is a coalition of non-profit environmental organizations protecting New England's natural resources and public health. The Federation partners with employers and employees to support workplace giving and volunteerism on behalf of the environment. The 1998 members Federation include: Appalachian Mountain Club, Arnold Arboretum Committee, Boston Urban Garderners, Center for Ecological Technology, Charles River Watershed Association, Clean Water Fund, Connecticut Conservation Association, Connecticut Forest and Park Association, Connecticut River Watershed Council, Conservation Law Foundation, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, Environmental Careers Organization, Environmental League of Massachusetts, Farmington River Watershed Association, Green Mountain Club, Greenspeak/Global Habitat Project, Housatonic Valley Association, Lake Champlain Committee, Marine Studies Consortium, Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions, Massachusetts Audubon Society, MASSPIRG Education Fund, MassRecycle, Merrimack River Watershed Council, Narrow River Preservation Association, The Nature Conservancy/Eastern Region, New England Aquarium, New England Wild Flower Society, Northeast Resource Recovery Association, Regional Environmental Council of Central Massachusetts, Rural Vermont, Save the Sound, School for Field Studies, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Southern New England Forest Consortium, Trust for Public Land, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, Vermont Land Trust

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