​This innovative partnership is helping bees and butterflies all over the world

More than 1,040,000 gardens have been registered with the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, an ambitious project to create safe habitats for pollinators.

One orchard, one school at a time: the Philadelphia Orchard Project

This nonprofit planted 62 orchards in ten years — and connected with local Philadelphia schools to educate the next generation about our ecosystem.

BAM! Connecting students and community to a healthy lifestyle

With generous funding from the Emeril Lagasse Foundation and Florida Hospital for Children, the garden-to-classroom concept evolved into a public charity with t

Why protecting wolves is crucial for our environment

Regal and majestic, North American wolves once roamed most of the continent. But by mid-20th century, the entire species was on the brink of extinction.

Herbalists without borders provide compassionate care around the world

A decentralized model for accessible holistic healthcare, Herbalists Without Borders serves communities around the world, free of charge.

Fighting hunger, one tree at a time

The Eugene Area Gleaners were established when the founders were faced with their own food insecurity and saw others in their community struggling to f

A new school of thought

​Nearly fifteen years ago, Suzy Amis Cameron called her sister Rebecca with a dilemma: she couldn’t find the right school for her young daughter.

Happy tails from this Connecticut shelter

A two-legged kitty gets a new lease on life, thanks to her adopted family.

A new life for rescued exotic cats

When Carole Baskin first founded Big Cat Rescue in the early nineties, she had no idea about the immense issues that big cats face in captivity.

A different kind of therapy

This animal-assisted therapy program helps children, veterans, families, and dolphins — all while teaching marine science education.

How one moon bear saved the lives of 600 others

Jill Robinson founded the Animals Asia Foundation after experiencing the cruelty of bear bile farming firsthand.

Planting for the future

Since 2013, Save the Sound has worked to improve the health of Connecticut’s Pequonnock River.