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(ECP and CTSP grantees, reports, and other sites of interest for conservation geograpy, mapping and GIS. Grantees are coded by program and year of grant at the end of their name/state, i.e. e91 means ECP grant in 1991. c=cstp, cm=ctsp-mac, cs=ctsp-software)

Sustainable Seattle, Wa c99 (1109 First Avenue, Suite 400A, Seattle, WA, 98101, Phone: 206-622-3522, Fax: 206-343-9819, E-mail: The organization's mission is to protect and improve the long-term health and vitality for our region and the world by applying sustainability to the links between economic prosperity, environmental vitality and social equity. Sustainable Seattle's mission involves providing information in the form of indicators that provide citizens with useful feedback about progress towards sustainability.

Telluride Insitute InfoZone, Telluride CO c97 . (P.O. Box 1770, 283 S. Fir St., Telluride, CO 81435) . The Zone is a virtual community, linked to a real physical place and people, evolving amidst the turbulant emergence of a tele-mediated information society. The InfoZone is a program of the Telluride Institute, a not-for-profit research, education and cultural organization. The InfoZone is a site-specific, pragmatic response to this regional community's needs and desires; and an intelligently creative model for broad spectrum community development and education in rural areas, using information and telecommunications technologies. The InfoZone Program is a living laboratory for the technical, cultural, political and economic impacts and implications of the tele-mediation of our communities.

Teton Science School, Kelly WY cm97 . (P.O. Box 68, Kelly, WY 83011 307-733-4765 Fax 307-739-9388 E-mail The Teton Science School provides and encourages experiential education in natural science and ecology while fostering an appreciation for conservation ethics and practices. The Greater Yellowstone region serves as the outdoor classroom and model for year-round programs that offer academic, professional and personal benefits to students of all ages. Teton Science School has been in operation since 1967. The secluded campus is located in Grand Teton National Park in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Our programs also use the wild lands of Yellowstone National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge. In all seasons, participants are involved in hands-on studies, learning basic concepts in ecology, geology, botany, zoology, astronomy and the unique natural history of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. See: The Use Of Field Research In Environmental Education.

Texas Center for Policy Studies, Austin TX c97 (44 East Avenue, Suite 306, Austin, TX, 78701, Phone: 512-474-0811, Fax: 512-474-7846, E-mail: Founded in 1983, the Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS) brings together the people and the information necessary to ensure that growth and development in our region enhances, rather than diminishes, the quality of life for all residents. TEC has been a pioneer in the use of the Internet since 1991, when it developed one of the first electronic environmental libraries in the nation in a partnership with Rice University. TEC now maintains several Web-based projects. The Texas Environmental Profiles provides access to dozens of maps and current and historical facts, figures, and legislative information on the current condition of Texas water, land, and air. Barton Springs Interactive is a multimedia CD introduced by Bill Moyers.

Upper Arkansas and South Platte Project, Co c99 (1308 St. Paul St. Denver, CO, 80206, Phone: 303-388-3378, Fax: 303-388-3378, E-mail: UASPP’s is mission is to identify, protect and restore the areas that will ensure the survival of Colorado's native species and ecological richness. Principles of conservation biology are applied across broad landscapes to identify a network of wild areas. These are key components of the Wild Connections conservation plan, and they become part of the regional and continental wildlands network promoted by the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project and the Wildlands Project. UASPP is affiliated with the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project which coordinates mapping efforts across the region. UASPP has a GIS program through which it provides maps for local conservation projects.

Wilderness Watch, Missoula MT (P.O. Box 9175, Missoula, MT, 59807, Phone: 406-542-2048, Fax: 406-542-7714, E-mail: Wilderness Watch is the only national conservation organization dedicated solely to the preservation and proper stewardship of those lands and rivers included in the National Wilderness Preservation System and National Wild & Scenic Rivers System.

The Wildlands Project e95 c97 (P.O. Box 455, Richmond, VT, 05477, Phone: 802-434-4077, Fax: 802-434-5980, E-mail: Reacting to the global extinction crisis, a contraction in Earth’s natural diversity unprecedented in 65 million years, a group of prominent conservation biologists and wilderness advocates conceived of a new kind of conservation organization in 1991. The Wildlands Project blends science and action, avoids band-aid solutions to complex problems, and communicates the ecological value of wilderness, which is self-willed land where natural processes, not human agency, direct the ebb and flow of life.

Wildlands Project Utah, Ut c97 (165 South Main, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111, Phone: 801- 328-3550, E-mail: The Wildland Project's Utah office provides GIS services to the Utah Wilderness Coalition in an accelerated program to update their wilderness proposal. Wild Utah Project staff supplied joint leadership with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance, the Wasatch Mountain Club, and the Sierra Club to field check BLM roadless lands in Utah.

Updated: April 2003


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