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The Amur information center is a specialized web portal for granting to all interested organizations and people free access to geographical data, reference information, expert opinions, reports, multimedia archives and other data on the Amur ecoregional complex.

The Boon Rueang Wetland Forest Conservation Group from the village Boon Rueang in northern Thailand convinced the government to conserve the largest wetland forest in the Ing River basin rather than develop a special economic zone. Since that momentous achievement, made through advocacy and dialogue, the Group has pioneered a community forestry model that is successfully protecting biodiversity, storing carbon, providing food and livelihoods, and enabling the community to preserve its identity and culture.

"Peninsula Streams Society helps coordinate stream restoration and habitat conservation on the Saanich Peninsula. We provide our associated groups with the technical expertise and resources to help achieve their goals. Our goal is to achieve healthy aquatic habitat that supports self-sustaining populations of native species in both freshwater and marine environments. We accomplish this objective through research, restoration, innovative projects, public education and private land stewardship."

The Middle Susquehanna RIVERKEEPER® will focus her efforts on two of the six sub-basins: The Middle Susquehanna Sub-basin and the West Branch Susquehanna Sub-basin. ? Additionally, The Middle Susquehanna RIVERKEEPER® region includes the Shamokin Creek Watershed.

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