Includes information about the state's natural environment as well as scientific activities specific to North Carolina. Look in the appropriate county or locality for location-specific sites.
Will Cook's personal web site with photographs and information about birds, reptiles and amphibians, insects, spiders, and plants; links to nature resources.
State-based recycling association conserves resources by advancing waste reduction and recycling. Includes board, membership, councils, and events. Based in Pittsboro, NC.
A regional land trust that protects the land, water and wildlife resources of the Southern Piedmont and Lower Catawba River Basin.
Lists and links to information sources on a wide variety of topics.
Helps protect the state's land and water resources. Features land trust assistance, landowner assistance, public policy, and list of local land trusts across the state.
Dorothy E. Pugh's personal website, containing photos of butterflies and other insects, arachnids, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and other wildlife.
Photographs and notes on butterflies, dragonflies, birds, plants, and other natural history topics.
Environmental consultants specializing in wetlands, CAMA permits and soil sciences. Company profile, information on services and projects.
Dedicated to the restoration and preservation of wetlands, streams, and riparian areas in the state. Features projects, news, services and information for landowners.
Photographs and information about the butterflies, dragonflies, and wildflowers of North Carolina by Ted and Linda Wilcox of Ashe County.
Works to uncover threats to public health and well-being and fight to end them via investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation.
Duke University's graduate research and professional school for the interdisciplinary study of the environment, biological, physical and social sciences. Features research and division centers, staff and faculty, news, facilities, academic programs.
A public institution integrating education, landscape, and research that elevates the aesthetic, cultural, and economic quality of life in North Carolina.
A regional center for research, conservation, and interpretation of plants located in Chapel Hill.
Information about preserves, natural history, and conservation initiatives.
Statewide network of environmental groups. Information on membership and projects.
Information about programs and concerns related to the coastal region, toxic contaminants, endangered species, habitat management, wetlands, and other aspects of fish and wildlife protection and enhancement.
Information about geology and mineral resources in the state, including geologic and geophysical maps, publications, education programs, professional licensing and other regulatory requirements, and FAQs.
Provides networking and educational opportunities, supports and promotes research and related activities, and provides a forum for intergovernmental communication. Includes a newsletter.
Inventories, catalogs, and facilitates protection of the rarest and the most outstanding elements of the natural diversity of the state.
Dedicated to making available scholarly knowledge of the social patterns of North Carolina to the region, nation and world.
Works with the Attorney General of all the states for protection of open bodies of water and to stop the destruction of our water sheds.
Serves as a clearinghouse linking people to environmental education materials, facilities, programs, and professionals across the state.
The official website for the state's climate information and data retrieval. Features online data, FAQs, education resources.
Promotes the enjoyment and conservation of native plants and their habitats through education, protection, and propagation. Articles, recommendations, sources, and information about membership.
Photographs and information on over 450 species, identification key, and full species list for the state.
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