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The "No Child Left Inside" is a special initiative coordinated by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection to encourage Connecticut families and visitors alike to enjoy all the recreational resources and outdoor activities available in Connecticut's state parks, forests and waterways.
79 Elm Street
Contact: Matt Fritz, Bureau Chief, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation
The Loon Preservation Committee works to preserve loons and their habitats in New Hampshire through research, management and education activities.
Lee's Mills Road
The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is responsible for the establishment and enforcement of rules and regulations governing fishing, hunting, and trapping, propagation and stocking of fish, acquisition of wildlife management areas, the registration of snowmobiles, watercraft, and all terrain vehicles, safety programs for hunters, snowmobiles, and watercraft, and the issuing of licenses (hunting, fishing, trapping, guide, etc.) and permits.
284 State Street
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) is responsible for the conservation - including restoration, protection and management - of fish and wildlife resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
1 Rabbit Hill Road
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) Wildlife Disease Laboratory is responsible for monitoring the health and well-being of the wildlife in the State of Michigan.
4125 Beaumont Rd.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's "Get the Lead Out" campaign aims to educate the public about the effects of lead fishing tackle on wildlife and non-toxic alternatives.
520 Lafayette Road
The New Hampshire Lakes Management and Protection Program was created to complement and reinforce existing state and federal water quality laws. It is also the intent that, through this program, the scenic beauty and recreational potential of lakes shall be maintained or enhanced, that wildlife habitat shall be protected, that opportunity for public enjoyment of lakes uses be ensured, and that littoral interests shall be respected.
P.O. Box 95
Contact: Jacquie Colburn, Lakes Coordinator
As the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife, and marine resources, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works in partnership with the public to: conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats; inform and educate the public about these resources; and provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources.
11 Hazen Drive
NEWMOA is an interstate association that has a membership composed of the hazardous waste, solid waste, waste site cleanup, and pollution prevention programs in the northeast states. NEWMOA's mission is to develop and sustain an effective partnership of states that helps achieve a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment by exploring, developing, promoting, and implementing environmentally sound solutions for: reducing materials use and preventing pollution and waste; properly reusing and recycling discarded materials that have value; safely managing solid and hazardous wastes; and remediating contaminated sites.
129 Portland Street
Contact: Terri Goldberg, Executive Director
Founded in 1978 in North Grafton, Mass., Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts is internationally esteemed for academic programs that impact society and the practice of veterinary medicine; three hospitals that treat more than 28,000 animals each year; and groundbreaking research that benefits animal, human, and environmental health.
200 Westboro Road
Contact: Mark Pokras
The New England Field Office works to conserve and protect endangered and threatened species, migratory birds, wetlands, and other fish and wildlife habitats in New England.
70 Commercial Street
Contact: Michael Bartlett, Supervisor
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department protects the state's fish and wildlife resources by protecting habitat, implementing species management plans, informing and educating the public, and performing basic research. The Fish and Wildlife Department central office staff oversees daily administrative activities, including fiscal control, hunting, fishing and trapping license distribution, access development, public affairs, and federal aid.
103 South Main Street
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is dedicated to protecting natural heritage through education and research designed to engage individuals and communities in the active care of their environment.
6565 Woodstock Road
Contact: John Dolan, President
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management, and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. It is responsible for implementing the laws of the state and, where applicable, the laws of the federal government that protect and enhance the natural resources of our state.
101 S. Webster Street
Contact: Theresa Stabo, Aquatic Resources Educator – Angler Education Programs