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Through education, policy and outreach, our mission is to promote the power of the natural world to stabilize the climate and to restore biodiversity to ecosystems worldwide. Collaborating with organizations around the globe, we advocate for the restoration of soil, and of grassland, forest, wetland, coastal and ocean ecosystems–along with the associated carbon, water and nutrient cycles – to draw down excess atmospheric greenhouse gases, cool the biosphere, and reverse global warming, for the benefit of all people and all life on earth.

Local bee advocacy and outreach group. Provide education to community events stressing the importance of bees and other pollinators to the environment and human health

We are focused on celebrating and educating about our forest preserve; Our advocacy arm Keep it Wild is active win protecting our forest preserve.

CHEARS, the CHesapeake Education, Arts and Research Society, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health of all who share the Chesapeake watershed environment.

CHEARS, the CHesapeake Education, Arts and Research Society, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health of all who share the Chesapeake watershed environment.

Greenbelt Advocates for Environmental and Social Justice
We work for open accountable government, the preservation and protection of wildlife habitat, the promotion of public involvement in community issues.

GCAN’s mission is to educate residents about climate change, “systemic” solutions, how they can change their behaviors to be more sustainable, and take personal, local, systemic, or political action. From September to June monthly meetings are held at the Greenbelt Community Center on the first Wednesday of the month. This year we will have special information about how soil relates to climate change.

Greenbelt Zero Waste Circle, Compost Projects
We want to teach people about various compost options in the city.

greenman
testing the waters