Watershed Agricultural Council

Watershed Agricultural Council Related

York Watershed Council:: York River Basin's seven SWCDs take advantage of the opportunity that the Chesapeake Bay Tributary Nutrient Reduction Strategy process represents.

Clinton River Watershed Council:: The Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, enhancing and celebrating the Clinton River, its watershed and Lake St. Clair. The Clinton River Watershed Council provides programs and services in the areas of watershed management and stormwater education, including our well-known Stream Leaders, Adopt-A-Stream, Southeast Michigan Phase II Stormwater Information Clearinghouse, and Clinton River Col

Pere Marquette Watershed Council:: A grassroots conservation organization dedicated to preserving one of Michigan's priceless natural resources.

Connecticut River Watershed Council:: Promoting improvements of water quality and the restoration, conservation, and wise development and use of the natural resources of the Connecticut River watershed.

Johnson Creek Watershed Council:: Information on the watershed's general characteristics, land use, biological resources, hydrology, and water quality.

Columbia Watershed Slough Council:: Diverse group of stakeholders working to restore and enhance the 60 miles of waterways, wetlands, and slow moving channels known as the Columbia Slough

Marys River Watershed Council:: Citizen's forum dedicated to public outreach and education, project development, and implementation to improve watershed health.

Sturgeon/Otter River Watershed Council:: Addressing existing sources of nonpoint source pollution, prevent potential sources of pollution, and restore streams.

Council for Agricultural Science and Technology:: Assembles, interprets, and communicates science-based information regionally, nationally, and internationally on food, fiber, agricultural, natural resource, and related societal and environmental issues. Topics include animal science, food science, agricultural technology, education, plant and soil sciences, and plant protection.

The Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria:: To achieve significant improvements in agricultural productivity, marketing and competitiveness by generating appropriate technologies and policy options, promoting innovation, establishing a knowledge management capacity and strengthening the agricultural research system. To develop a dynamic, highly motivated and intellectually up to date agricultural research network with a sharp focus for lifting Nigeria’s agricultural potentials to self

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Save Our Environment Action Center
World Environmental Organization
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