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Welcome

Contacts

Events

Symposium

Education Guide

Recreation Guide

Newletter

Archive

salmon

Welcome

Contacts

Events

Symposium

Education Guide

Recreation Guide

Newletter

Archive

salmon
| Water/Power | Fish | Agriculture | Forestry | Nature Places | Invasives |
| Recycling | Museums | Curricula | Grants | Govt Agencies |

----- Education Guide: Govt Agencies -----
| Federal | State |

Federal

Environmental Protection Agency

Offers a speakers bureau, teaching guides, videos, a library, free informational booklets, grants for schools, and teacher training workshops.

 
Ed Program Coordinator
New England Reg Office
JFK Federal Building
Boston, MA 02203
617-565-9447

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm

NOAA includes the National Weather Service, which maintains weather data online for many sites, including the Barnes Airport in Westfield.

 
No information

U.S. Geological Survey

The USGS coordinates collection of stream gaging data, and is also in charge of producing and distributing topographic maps for the continental U.S. Locally, topos can be purchased at Conner's in Westfield and at many outdoor stores.

 
No information
State

MA Dept of Conservation and Recreation

Governor Romney has signed enabling legislation unifying the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) and the Department of Environmental Management (DEM). The new Department of Conservation and Recreation will serve to build upon both agencies' strengths and commitment to creating a world-class parks and recreation system.

 
DCR
251 Causeway Street, Suite 600
Boston, MA 02114-2104
617 626-1250

MA Riverways Programs

The mission of the Riverways Programs is to promote the restoration, protection and ecological integrity of the Commonwealth's rivers, streams and adjacent lands.

 
Riverways Programs
Joan Kimball, Director
251 Causeway St., Suite 400
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 626-1540

MA Dept of Environmental Protection

DEP sponsors activities on solid waste management for grades K-12. It also provides recycling information and assistance to schools through the REAPS program. DEP's speakers bureau is comprised of environmental professionals who visit high school classrooms to discuss current issues.

 
Public Affairs
617-292-5960

MA Dept of Fisheries, Wildlife,
and Environmental Law Enforcement

DFWELE sponsors several programs including the Aquatic Resource Education Program, Aquatic Wild Program, Project Wild, and the Watershed Education Program. They also provide informal speakers by special arrangement.

 
DFWELE
Field Headquarters
Westboro, MA 01581
508-792 7270

MA Division of Conservation Services

DCS offers a speakers bureau that discusses topics concerning land and water conservation.

 
DCS
100 Cambridge St
Boston, MA 02202
617-727-1552

MA Executive Office of Environmental Affairs

The Executive Office of Environmental Affairs oversees the operations of many natural resource agencies, including the Dept of Conservation and Recreation, and the Dept of Environmental Protection.

 
EOEA
Ellen Roy Herzfelder, Secretary
251 Causeway Street, 9th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 626-1000
| Water/Power | Fish | Agriculture | Forestry | Nature Places | Invasives |
| Recycling | Museums | Curricula | Grants | Govt Agencies |