Rocky Mountain States, U.S.A.
(Colorado, Montana, Utah, Wyoming)
Entities for ecological restoration...
Including Volunteer opportunities for habitat restoration & more

Last update: October 2004
Please send updates to the email or postal address at the bottom of this page


Central Rockies Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration

P.O. Box 17644, Boulder, Colorado 80308-0644 USA
Web:  http://bcn.boulder.co.us/environment/cerser/
"To foster ecological restoration awareness, understanding, and activities among a broad spectrum of participants."

Colorado Native Plant Society

P.O. Box 200, Fort Collins, CO  80522
Phone:  See web page for multiple phone contacts
Web:  http://www.conps.org
"...dedicated to the appreciation and conservation of Colorado native flora and habitats. Various programs concern rare plants of the state and appropriate uses of native plants in landscaping and rehabilitation. CONPS strives to educate its members, the public and the legislative community about the state's vital native plants and plant communities."   Activities include education, research and recreational activities.

Colorado Natural Diversity Information Source (NDIS)
"A source of information for wildlife, habitat, natural communities and plants in Colorado".
Email:  ndisadmin@nrel.colostate.edu
Web:    http://ndis.nrel.colostate.edu/

The Colorado Riparian Association
web:  http://www.coloradoriparian.org/index.shtml

Colorado Weed Management Association (CWMA)
"An organization dedicated to preserving Colorado's natural resources"
PO Box 1910
Granby, CO 80446-1910
Phone:    (970) 887-1228 Monday - Friday between 8am and 5pm Colorado time
Email:    cwma@rkymtnhi.com
Web:      http://www.cwma.org/


Montana Native Plant Society - Multiple chapters throughout state
PO Box 8783, Missoula, MT  59807
Phone:   see web page for multiple phone contacts
Web:   http://www.umt.edu/mnps/
"The goals of the Montana Native Plant Society are to preserve, conserve, and study the native plants and plant communities of Montana, and to educate the public to the values of our native flora."  Activities include education, research, sales, speakers, trips and publications.

Bitterroot Restoration, Inc.
Contact: Len Ballek, Vice President Sales & Marketing
445 Quast Lane, Corvallis, MT 59828-9406
Phone:  (406) 961-4991    Fax:  (406) 961-4626
Email:  sales@bitterrootrestoration.com
"We follow the world's oldest blueprint: nature. We have been pioneering scientifically-based ecological restoration since 1986. We have experience managing large, complex projects such as Superfund sites, National Parks, mining operations, high altitude scenic highways, wetlands, and riparian areas. Our two native plant nurseries are located in Corvallis, MT and Lincoln, CA."

Center for Invasive Plant Management
"promoting ecologically sound management of invasive plants in the West..."
Web:  www.weedcenter.org


Utah Native Plant Society
PO Box 520041
Salt Lake City, UT 84152
(See web page for phone contacts)
Email:  unps@unps.org    Web:  http://www.unps.org/
"dedicated to the understanding, preservation, enjoyment, and responsible use of Utah native plants. Our goal is to foster public recognition of the spectacularly diverse flora of the state--a natural treasure to be valued and respected."


Wyoming Native Plant Society
1604 Grand Avenue, Laramie, WY  82070
Web:  http://www.rmh.uwyo.edu/wnps.html
"...dedicated to the conservation and appreciation of the state's native flora through education. "

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Native Habitats, 17287 Skyline Blvd #102, Woodside, CA 94062-3780, U.S.A.
email: NativeHabitats@aol.com        web:  http://www.NativeHabitats.org

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