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Clients & Affiliations

Clients

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Nature Preserves
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Mines, Minerals, & Reclamation

Federal Government

Forest Service
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Bureau of Reclamation
Department of Defense
Office of Surface Mining
Fish and Wildlife Service
Army Corps of Engineers
Federal Highway Administration
Environmental Protection Agency
Natural Resources Conservation Service

Non-Profit

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Silvalculture
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Transportation
Utilities/Enegy
Wind

Affiliations

Northeast Bat Working Group

The Northeast Bat Working Group (NEBWG) is comprised of agencies, organizations, industry, and individuals interested in bat research, management, and conservation located in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Virginia area regions.

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Southeastern Bat Diversity Network

The goal of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network is to conserve bats and their habitats in southeastern North America through collaborative research, education, and management. goal of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network is to conserve bats and their habitats in southeastern North America through collaborative research, education, and management.

To learn more, click here.

The Wildlife Society

The Wildlife Society (TWS), founded in 1937, is an international non-profit scientific and educational association dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education. Our mission is to enhance the ability of wildlife professionals to conserve diversity, sustain productivity, and ensure responsible use of wildlife resources for the benefit of society.

To visit The Wildlife Society, click here.

The North American Symposium on Bat Research

The North American Symposium on Bat Research (NASBR) is a society dedicated to the promotion and development of the scientific study of bats (Chiroptera) in all its branches, including conservation and public education. The society holds an annual meeting, usually in October, of professional bat researchers from throughout North America, with occasional attendees from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Central and South America.

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The Kentucky Academy of Science

The objectives of the Academy shall be to encourage scientific research, to promote the diffusion of scientific knowledge, and to unify the scientific interests of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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Kentucky PRIDE

Eastern Kentucky PRIDE is a nonprofit organization funded by federal grants to encourage and assist citizens, local governments, schools and others in 38 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky to:

1. Improve water quality in the region.
2. Clean up illegal trash dumps and other solid waste problems.
3. Promote environmental awareness and education.

To learn more, click here.

Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest

The goal in all of Bernheim’s activities is to help realize its mission of strengthening the bond between people and nature by finding new ways to connect nature with people’s everyday lives. We believe that if people recognize and benefit from the many values found in nature, quality of life will be improved, and thus they will be motivated to protect the natural world for both its practical and its intrinsic value.

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The Kentucky Society of Natural History

The Kentucky Society of Natural History is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1943 to promote the study of nature and the natural sciences. Members of the society enjoy nature, want to learn more, and share their experiences and knowledge with others. These goals are met through monthly meetings, field trips, publications, and conferences. Membership is open to all with an interest in nature, such as astronomy, botany, entomology, geology, mycology, ornithology, nature photography, zoology, etc. The society has members throughout Kentucky, and neighboring states.

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American Wind Energy Association

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is the national trade association for the U.S. wind industry – the country’s fastest growing energy industry. With thousands of wind industry members and wind policy advocates, AWEA promotes wind energy as a clean source of electricity for American consumers.

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Southern Gas Association

SGA is a 501 (c)(6) organization with offices in Dallas. Founded in 1908 we exist to serve our 116 (with 69 subsidiaries) members who conduct business in the following sectors of the natural gas industry:

    • Distribution
    • Transmission (pipeline and midstream)
    • Gas Supply Marketing

Although our primary footprint is the lower 17 states our members have assets in 33 states.

SGA is a member-driven organization with over 500 volunteers serving on 60+ Interest Groups and Task Forces managed by 8 Section Managing Committees.

To learn more, click here.

BFREE

Belize Foundation for Research and Environmental Education (BFREE) is a non-profit organization registered in the United States. Founded in 1995, the primary goals of BFREE are to assist the government of Belize in the management and conservation of Belize’s rainforests, to coordinate and facilitate scientific research in the Bladen Nature Reserve and other southern Belize protected areas, and to provide unparalleled environmental education to students.

BFREE supports and manages a private research and educational facility, located on 1,153 acres of tropical rainforest nestled in the foothills of the Maya Mountains in southern Belize along the crystal clear Bladen River. Four protected areas adjoin the BFREE reserve, including Bladen Nature Reserve, Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Reserve, Deep River Forest Reserve, and Maya Mountain Forest Reserve.”

To learn more, click here.