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Defenders of Wildlife
Founded in 1947, Defenders of Wildlife is a major national conservation organization focused solely on wildlife and habitat conservation and the safeguarding of biodiversity. Defenders’ approach is direct and straightforward - We protect and restore imperiled species throughout North America by transforming policies and institutions and promoting innovative solutions – and this approach makes a lasting difference for wildlife and its habitat on the ground, with policy makers and in the courts.

The H.O.P.E. (Humanitarian Operations Protecting Elephants) Vision is to be a world leader in humanitarian missions enabling the protection of elephants by ensuring security and conservation measures are in harmony with the people and the environment they live in.

Seneca Valley Trout Unlimited (#369)
The Seneca Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a local Maryland voice of National Trout Unlimited. TU’s vision is to conserve, protect and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. We partner with other organizations to: restore Beaver Creek in Washington County; maintain other cold and warm water streams in the area; teach youth and adult fly-tying and fishing; assist with Project Healing Waters outings for military veterans; and have fun too!

Audubon Society of the Everglades
Inspiring people to conserve wildlife, especially birds, and the environment that supports them.

The National Biodiesel Foundation
The Foundation works closely with the National Biodiesel Board to address national issues affecting us all including cleaner air and greater economic development for rural communities. Our organization enhances national security through energy independence. Since 1994 our mission is to accomplish outreach through education and research while demonstrating activities for the advancement of biodiesel.

Gene Stratton-Porter Memorial Society
The Gene Stratton-Porter Memorial Society supports the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site in Rome City, Indiana. We strive to share the legacy of Hoosier author Gene Stratton-Porter which is exploring and conserving nature through life-long learning. She was an amazing woman ahead of her time in many respects, committed to family, the arts, nature and technology. Today, the GSP Site is comprised of 150 acres including her Cabin at Wildflower Woods available for guided tours.

Alexandria West Rotary Club
Our members dedicate time, talents and energy to meet humanitarian challenges both locally and internationally.