Monday, December 29, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
They plan to have a full service site for all their customers and crafters including items that artists and crafters may purchase wholesale or below retail for their business.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
They are working to:
• ensure the northeast governors develop a strong cap on power plant global warming pollution through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (www.rggi.org);
• hold the New England Governors accountable to their 2001 commitment to cut global warming pollution in the region 10% by 2020 and 75% over the long term; and
• build support for the region to adopt policies that reduce global warming pollution from the transportation sector, which is the biggest and fastest growing source of pollution in the region.
Take ActionLegislators, governors and regulators across the region are discussing, debating and deciding about global warming policy right now. Make sure your voice is heard! Visit their website to learn what you can do to help.
Thursday, July 24, 2008
New England Wild Flower Society is the oldest plant conservation organization in the United States. Promoting conservation of temperate North American plants through education, research, horticulture, habitat preservation, and advocacy. They are recognized nationally as one of the nation's leading plant conservation organizations.
The founders of New England Wild Flower Society had a compelling vision - a plant conservation society that would protect our native flora. Because of the New England Wild Flower Society, the native plants of New England are better protected and more appreciated than ever before.