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Welcome to the website for KlipSA (Klipriviersberg Sustainability Association). A critical issue for KlipSA is being able to communicate freely with members and the general public. This was identified as an important priority in the development of the Management Framework. Arising from this need, this website has been established which will be used to provide information regarding the Association.
Published in Vaal & Riet
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The Androscoggin Land Trust

The Androscoggin Land Trust is a private, non-profit membership-supported organization dedicated to protecting, through land conservation and stewardship, the important natural areas, traditional landscapes, and outdoor experience in the Androscoggin River watershed. "We currently conserve approximately 5,000 acres of land, including over ten miles of riverfront along the Androscoggin River. ...
Published in Androscoggin
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Great Miami River Cleanup

Beginning as a small stream that exits Indian Lake from the south, the Great Miami River meanders through seven southwest Ohio Counties and a small portion of southeast Indiana, as it makes its 170 mile journey to the Ohio River. The river’s drainage basin, or watershed, covers 5,385 mi.2 (~14,000 km2) and drains all or parts of 15 counties.
Published in Great Miami
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The Big Bend Conservation Alliance (BBCA)

The Big Bend Conservation Alliance (BBCA) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the Big Bend as one of the last great, unspoiled places in Texas. The BBCA was formed in September of 2014 in response to concerns about fracking and the Trans-Pecos Pipeline.
Published in Big Bend Area
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Mary River Catchment

The aim of the Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee (MRCCC) is to promote within the community and through interested sectors, a common view of a sustainable and productive catchment. Key roles which promote the MRCCC’s nonregulatory and cooperative approach ...
Published in East Watersheds