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Living Lands & Waters

Living Lands & WatersLiving Lands and Waters, a non-profit organization strives to aid in the protection, preservation and restoration of the natural environments of our nation's major rivers and their watersheds. To expand awareness of environmental issues and responsibility encompassing the rivers. To create a desire and an opportunity for stewardship and responsibility for a cleaner environment within our streams and rivers.

ASBPA, The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association

American Shore & Beach Preseration AssociationThe American Shore and Beach Preservation Association recognizes that the shores, beaches and other coastal resources of America provide important quality-of-life assets within the reach of the largest possible number of people in accordance with the ideals of a democratic nation. This Association is dedicated to preserving, protecting and enhancing the beaches, shores and other coastal resources of America.

SurfRider Foundation

SurfRider FoundationThe SurfRider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education.

Clean Ocean Action

Clean Ocean ActionClean Ocean Action (COA) is a broad-based coalition of 125 active boating, business, community, conservation, diving, environmental, fishing, religious, service, student, surfing, and women's groups. These "Ocean Wavemakers" work to clean up and protect the waters of the New York Bight. The groups came together in 1984 to investigate sources, effects, and solutions of ocean pollution.