For over thirty years, the Freshwater Society has been a leading public nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving, restoring, and protecting freshwater resources and their surrounding watersheds. Through its program initiatives in freshwater resource management, groundwater and surface water stewardship activities, public education, conferences and publications, the Freshwater Society has been a catalyst for understanding one of our most important natural resources.
The Great Lakes Directory is one of the most extensive online resources of Great Lakes environmental information. Our online library has over 2,000 Great Lakes articles and our directory has over 1,000 Great Lakes organizations.
Welcome to The World's Water, a site dedicated to providing up-to-date water information, data, and web connections to organizations, institutions, and individuals working on a wide range of global freshwater problems and solutions.
About 90 universities in the United States and throughout the world comprise the Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) organization. Member institutions engage in education, research, public service, international activities, and information support for policy development related to water resources.
Pollution Probe is a Canadian environmental organization that defines environmental problems through research, promotes understanding through education, and presses for practical solutions through advocacy. Pollution Probe is dedicated to achieving positive and tangible environmental change.
Since its official formation in 1972, the organization has actively promoted the sustainable management of water resources around the globe. IWRA seeks to improve water resource outcomes by improving our collective understanding of the physical, biological, chemical, institutional, and socioeconomic aspects of water.
Austrailia's leading source on water conservation. Provides information on conservation solutions, competitions, products, awards, current news, and events and exhibitions.
The Clean Water Network (CWN) is an alliance of more than 1,000 public interest organizations around the US working together to strengthen and implement federal clean water and wetlands policy.
Across America, more people than ever before are actively involved in efforts to understand, protect and restore their local rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands and estuaries. They monitor their local waters; determine conditions and trends; identify problems and their sources; and develop effective and creative ways to solve existing problems and prevent new ones. River Network's job is to help them succeed. We offer watershed conservationists a wide variety of products, services and support. We also help them learn from each other and join forces to build a nationwide movement.
RMS is a national nonprofit professional organization. The ultimate mission of the Society is to protect and conserve North America's river resources. RMS has its roots in the former Interagency Whitewater Committee (est. 1972), and has emerged as a result of the 1996 merger of the American River Management Society (est. 1988) and River Federation (est. 1985). Dedicated to holistic river management, our diverse membership includes federal, state, and local agency
employees, educators, researchers, consultants, and organizations and citizens from the private sector.