VisitWimberley - Earthday Home
Making every day in Wimberley Earth Day


We believe that a strong environmental ethic already exists in Wimberley and that information will empower us all to make a difference. These selected resources and links offer research, information, news, and action to inspire Wimberley, and our neighbors across the globe, support and improve the condition of the place we live... Wimberley, and the planet earth.

Environmental Working Group
The facts that you have a right to know. EWG is a team of scientists, engineers, policy experts, lawyers and computer programmers who pore over government data, legal documents, scientific studies and our own laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to find solutions.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Earthday Network
Earth Day! Who says you can't change the world? Support clean energy, list your event, and learn how to organize a Community Project. All this, including news and cartoons!  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
EarthShare represents and supports more than 400 of America's most respected environmental and conservation charities, including 39 national organizations and hundreds of local groups in 18 affiliate states.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Earth Justice
Nonprofit law firm for the environment, representing without charge hundreds of public interest clients, large and small. Earthjustice works through the courts to safeguard public lands, national forests, parks, and wilderness areas; to reduce air and water pollution; to prevent toxic contamination; and to preserve endangered species and wildlife habitat.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Environmental Defense
Dedicated to protecting the environmental rights of all people, including future generations. Among these rights are clean air and water, healthy and nourishing food, and a flourishing ecosystem.
Click here to Take Action right now from your computer!  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Center for Marine Conservation
Committed to conserving the abundance and diversity of the world's marine life and protecting the health of the oceans and seas. How to get involved in Marine Wildlife.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Earth Day at World Wildlife Fund
Conservation science, endangered species, ecoregions, ecosytem services, freshwater science, conservation biology research. WWF is working to address the causes of climate change and reduce its impact on wildlife.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The EnviroLink Network
The EnviroLink Network is a non-profit organization which has been providing access to thousands of online environmental resources since 1991. Includes a huge number of resources.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Environmental News Network
Newscasts, updates, headlines, buy and sell environmental products, and join the network to receive the latest news.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Global Green
In the U.S. work by this organization is primarily focused on fighting global climate change by creating green buildings and cities. Internationally, Global Green and its affiliates are working toward eliminating weapons of mass destruction that threaten lives and the environment and providing clean, safe drinking water for the 2.4 billion people who lack access to clean water.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Ocean Project
Ocean Conservation through Education, Awareness and Networking. A new initiative with unprecedented collaboration among aquariums, zoos, science, technology, and natural history museums, and other educational institutions that together serve more than 100 million visitors each year.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Sea Web
SeaWeb is a project designed to raise awareness of the world ocean and the life within it. The ocean plays a critical role in our everyday life and in the future of our planet...check it all out here.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
The Wilderness Society
Although the site is slow to load, it contains information about wildlife refuges, wilderness areas and national parks, as well as news and other information.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Birds of Wimberley
Learn more about our birds and how to preserve habitats. Some of the most beautiful and interesting birds in the world stick around these parts...we can keep it that way.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Hill Country Critters
Photos, stories and lots of good reasons to care about what we need to do to preserve these treasures.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Interviews with Experts by Louis B. Parks: Oak Wilt, Organic Gardening, & Land Management
Writer Louis B. Parks shares information from experts about sustainable approaches to life in the Central Texas Hill Country.  CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE»
Ecological Collections and Ecological Resources
Biodiversity collections, Entomology indices, Natural History Museum, wetland information and more.  CLICK FOR MORE»
Audubon Societies, Birdwatching Resources, Birding and Birdsongs
Links and resources for bird watching, bird habitats, birdsongs, organizations, bird observatories and more.  CLICK FOR MORE»
General Conservation Resources and Habitat Conservation Groups
Conservation resources ranging from Save Barton Creek to the Conservation Fund, including a website about the Edwards Aquifer with a useful glossary of water resource terms.  CLICK FOR MORE»



© 1999 - 2021, All rights reserved