Defending family farmers
Since 1994, Family Farm Defenders has been organizing farmers and consumers to positively transform our food system.
Back-to-school time for orphaned baby orangutans
In the tropical rainforest of Borneo, Indonesia, there's a very unique school with some very special students.
Older dogs need love, too
Older dogs, surrendered to shelters often under heartbreaking circumstances, do not always do well. This animal rescue decided to focus solely on senior pets.
How Green Chimneys gives special needs students and their families hope for the future
This therapeutic special education school and residential placement facility supports 250 students and 200 animals.
From Cold War relic to star attraction
Built on the site of an old U.S. Army base in Connecticut, the Westport Observatory has been revealing the wonders of the night sky since 1975.
Planting wonder, in the garden and classroom
A FoodCorps service member shares how her fourth grade students connect with food on their own terms.
Why we must preserve the natural legacy of the Western Everglades
With more than 1,000 people moving to Florida every day, this organization is focused on advocacy, education, and preservation of the Everglades.
5 kid-friendly ways to be greener at home
We looked to SeriousFun camps around the world for kid-friendly tips on how to be more green at home. Here are the take-aways.
Forever homes for captive elephants
Their mission is to give more elephants a second chance at life in wide open spaces cultivated specifically to meet their physical and emotional needs.
Sowing the seeds of climate action
A remarkable effort to collect and cultivate the seeds of the Long Island Sound region’s native flora has taken root in the years since Hurricane Sandy struck.
Conservation and community wellbeing go hand in hand
Wild Earth Allies joins forces with local organizations and individuals to protect the wildlife and habitats that are vital to our global biodiversity.
Giving farmers a leg up
The ASD's Appalachian Harvest Food Hub helps young farmers like Tyler stay solvent.