Coastal Carolina Riverwatch (CCRW) is a citizen-volunteer, grassroots organization dedicated to restoring and protecting the waters, land, and communities of eastern North Carolina. CCRW’s mission is to accomplish this through strong advocacy, supporting enforcement of environmental laws, public education and promotion of citizen ownership and responsibility. CCRW serves as an umbrella organization for Waterkeeper Alliance watersheds in the area, which currently include Crystal Coast Waterkeeper and White Oak-New Riverkeeper Alliance.
To connect individuals, businesses, educational institutions and not for profits who are committed to social and environmental sustainability and advances social justice issues.
EarthShare NC was founded in 1991 by a group of nonprofits with the goal of connecting more people and resources to the conservation movement. We do this by partnering with employers to do workplace giving and employee engagement programs.
SARR is dedicated to the conservation and protection of birds in the southern Appalachians through monitoring, education and field research.
Every Tray Counts is dedicated to working with children, parents, communities, and interested participants within North Carolina School districts to engage in responsible purchasing and waste diversion practices. School lunches and cafeterias offer significant opportunities to improve children’s health and the environment with the simple steps of replacing non- compostable lunch room products and directing food waste and other compostables to compost facilities.
To protect and improve the water quality of the Lower Cape Fear River Basin through education, advocacy, and action.
Good Solar is committed to developing renewable energy solutions for the benefit of nonprofit organizations, environmental justice communities, and socioeconomically disadvantaged areas. By developing and maintaining strategic partnerships with key organizations and community members, Good Solar works to match funding with need, helping to address the issues of energy poverty and community resiliency. As Good Solar continues to grow, we are committed to training and hiring our workforce from the same communities we serve.
To care for people and the Earth by learning, living, and demonstrating a holistic, sustainable culture.
The NC Conservation Network supports, trains and coordinates diverse groups and directly advocates to achieve equitable and sustainable solutions for our environment.
To enhance professional development of environmental educators in North Carolina.