Greenpeace's comprehensive list of links
WWW Virtual Environmental Library
Endangered Species Program - a site maintained by Fish and Wildlife Service devoted to all aspects of Endangered Species: listings, proposals, the 1973 Act.
Environment and Development - websites focusing on sustainability and development.
Biodiversity sites - a global listing from Australia.
Subject Guide - A guide to all topics, including scientific terms and taxonomies.
US House and Senate Addresses - After visiting the above sites you might feel moved to send an email to the representatives listed here.
ENN - The Environmental News Network.
Sustaining Marine Fisheries - A prepublication report.
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy- From Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
CRBC- the Columbia River Bioregion Campaign, an umbrella organization coordinating many interior northwest grassroots environmental organizations.
One Northwest - One Northwest provides an outstanding search engine for the region's environmental links. Click on "environmental activism" when you reach the site.
Cascades Volcano Observatory - from the United States Geological Survey.
Cascadia Planet - the bioregional webzine from Cascadia.
King County's Hazardous Waste Management Program
Debating the earth to death - a voice, and links, from Eugene.
Earth Island Institute - Innovative Action for the Environment.
Seattle Environment - Based in Seattle - good regional links.
Northwest Trek - The Home Page of Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville, WA. Good links also to zoos and wildlife parks.
Hanford Health Information Network - the site for all information on Hanford radiation releases and health effects; links to archives from the 1940s and 50s.
High Country News - the chronicle of the changing west, and all on line.
Northwest Environment Watch - based in Seattle, base for Alan Durning and creative steps towards regional sustainability.
Pacific Northwest Labs - Battelle's Pacific Northwest Lab's Environmental Sustainability Program.
Puget Sound Green Pages - focuses on northwest Washington and has excellent regional links.
Columbia and Snake Rivers Campaign - returning salmon by restoring rivers
Wildfire - the home of Wildfire magazine, with links to regional, national and international wildland fire links; based in Fairfield, Washington.
Wolf Haven International- This site, based in Tenino, Washington, brings you up to the minute information on wolves, especially the reintroduction program.
State organizations are not currently included.
Army Corps of Engineers.
Bonneville Power Administration.
Boise Cascade Corporation.
Bureau of Land Management.
Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project.
Natural Resources Conservation Service.
U.S. Department of Energy - Hanford.
U.S. Forest Service.
Water Resources of the United States - Take a look at the wide range of monitoring, assessment, and research activities conducted by the USGS to help understand and protect the quality of our drinking-water resources.
Washington State Salmon Recovery Homepage-The Salmon office’s role is to coordinate and produce a statewide salmon strategy, assist in the development of regional salmon recovery plans, and submit the strategy and plans to the federal government.
Wild Salmonid Policy- Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Foundation- Coordinating and promoting effective protection and restoration of fish, and wildlife and their habitat in the Columbia River Basin
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service- "Conserving the Nature of America"
National Wetlands Inventory Center- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Watershed Planning Home Page- from the Washington Department of Ecology. New and Pertinent Information to Local Watershed Planning Efforts
Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council- fostering cooperation and education among all parties with interests in the Walla Walla River Basin Watershed in Oregon.
Water Wiser- "The Water Efficiency Clearinghouse"
American Water Works Association- "Dedicated to Safe Drinking Water"
Water Quality Association - The Water Quality Association is the international trade association representing the household, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry.
USGS National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program - The NAWQA program is designed to describe the status and trends in the quality of the Nation's ground and surface-water resources and to provide a sound understanding of the natural and human factors that affect the quality of these resources.
Water Quality Report - From the EPA's Office of Water this is a water quality report by State.
Bureau of Reclamation- Managing water in the American West
Surf Your Watershed- A service to help you locate, use, and share environmental information about your place.
El Nino Theme Page- provided by NOAA for information on El Nino and La Nina
Oceanic - The Ocean Information Center - Provided by the Graduate College of Marine Studies
Ocean Planet - Smithsonian Institution
NOAA Homepage - resource for weather news and information
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency- "to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment"
International Rivers Network - Linking human rights and environmental protection
Duke University School of the Environment - Whitman participates in a 3-2 program with Duke.
The Evergreen State College - graduate programs.
Huxley College of Environmental Studies - Bellingham, Washington.
University of Idaho - Program in Environmental Science.
University of Oregon at Eugene.
Portland State University - Environmental Sciences and Resources Program
The Institute for a Sustainable Environment - at the University of Oregon.
National Institute for the Environment.
College of Environmental Studies, Williams College- "the Whitman of the East," so included.
Connecting With Nature - a focus on ecopsychology.
Environmental Emergencies - information and response data provided by the World Conservation Service.
Greennet - the network connecting the environment, peace, and human rights.
Pesticide Action Network - for North America.
What's the world's population right now? - rapid updates, and U.S. population figures too.
El Nino Southern Oscillation Information Link