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Mobilize the people of NJ to protect our air, water, land, and wildlife for a cleaner, healthier and safer place to live, work, and play.
(NJECC Code: 3300)
Get To Know Our Members
American Littoral Society
We protect and preserve marine life and habitat, defend the coast from harm and empower others to do the same through advocacy, education and conservation. (NJECC Code: 3918)
Provides education and support to NJ's environmental commissions and municipal officials working to preserve and protect natural resources and environmental health in their communities. (NJECC Code: 3313)
Organization empowering the migrant community since 1979. Migrant farmworkers and low-wage workers work alongside supporters and other organizaitons, advocating for social, economic and environmental justice. (NJECC Code: 3324)
Works to protect New Jersey’s rare and imperiled wildlife and the habitats they depend on through field research, habitat restoration, environmental education, and community engagement. (NJECC Code: 3340)
Providing legal services for conservation and environmental organizations to promote clean air, clean water, wildlife protection, open space, and smart energy policy throughout the region. (NJECC Code: 3398)
Promotes environmental stewardship to improve the quality of life in NJ's urban communities through environmental education, community greening, urban farming, revitalization, beautification and job training. (NJECC Code: 3310)
Community development organization that helps urban residents learn about and value the environment through hands-on improvements and education projects in schools, parks and neighborhoods. (NJECC Code: 3902)
Preserving at-risk wildlife and natural lands since 1897, through science-based research, habitat stewardship, educational engagement, and conservation advocacy, while fostering environmental awareness focused on sustainability. (NJECC Code: 3907)
Protects and preserves the world's ocean, waves and beaches, through a powerful activist network. Activities include: water quality monitoring, grassroots activism and plastic pollution prevention. (NJECC Code: 3910)
Protects imperiled species – lions, mountain gorillas, rhinos, elephants – through habitat conservation, wildlife protection, leadership training, and wildlife-friendly community-beneficial business development for more than 50 years. (NJECC Code: 3911)
Premier link between individual donors nationwide and Alaska’s conservation organizations. Protects Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife habitats by funding the best local environmental groups and programs.
Protecting native wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas, through reserve creation, habitat restoration, and threat reduction, leading public/private conservation partnerships to get results. (NJECC Code: 3912)
Stopping the loss of farmland to sprawling development. Working with communities on smarter growth that includes local family farms. Advocating environmentally healthy farming practices. (NJECC Code: 3917)
Prevents pesticide poisoning of our environment, homes, workplaces, schools, food and water through a practical information clearinghouse on toxic hazards and non-chemical pest control. (NJECC Code: 3342)
Environmentalists, investors and companies working together for environmental protection by improving corporate disclosure, promoting green principles for business, and communicating the threat of global warming.
Neighborhood-based action and education programs bringing people, businesses and government together for sensible solutions that protect water and health, prevent pollution, and conserve natural resources. (NJECC Code: 3905)
Working since 1947 to save America's endangered animals and threatened habitats for future generations' benefit through public education, citizen advocacy, legal action and scientific research. (NJECC Code: 3331)
Non-partisan think-and-do tank that brings together community-based education and research on today’s most pressing environmental issues. Developing solutions that protect people, places, and the planet. (NJECC Code: 3332)
Improving the health, productivity, and diversity of our national forests and grasslands through wildlife habitat conservation, watershed restoration, recreational enhancements and community-based forest stewardship programs.
Preserves national parks from the Grand Canyon to Gettysburg; protects endangered wildlife and cultural sites; promotes new parks; defends against pollution, inappropriate development and overcrowding. (NJECC Code: 3352)
Saves eagles, condors, falcons, and other endangered birds through research, breeding, and conservation programs. Helps preserve rainforests. Educates children and adults about nature and science. (NJECC Code: 3347)
Scientists and citizens together putting rigorous science to work reducing the effects of global warming, preventing nuclear proliferation, and ensuring a sustainable, safe food system. (NJECC Code: 3301)
Multinational conservation organization working worldwide to combat climate change, save endangered animals, protect wild habitats, and transform market forces to act in harmony with nature. (NJECC Code: 3322)
Protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. For over 40 years Xerces has been at the forefront of invertebrate protection, partnering with scientists and citizens to implement conservation programs.