(feel free to suggest others)

Airlie Gardens
Matthew Collogan. Environmental Education Program Manager
Airlie Gardens, 300 Airlie Road, Wilmington, NC 28403       910/798-7707

There are a number of different programs and projects that such a volunteer force could be useful for here at Airlie. Environmental educators, butterfly farmers, vegetable gardeners and scientists are always in need.

Bald Head Island Conservancy & Smith Island Land Trust
P.O. Box 3109700 Federal Road, Bald Head Island, NC 28461910-457-0089
(office)910-457-9824 (fax)  Twitter: BHIConservancy

Cape Fear's Going Green Magazine
P.O. Box 3164 Wilmington, NC 28406
Valerie L. Robertson Publisher & Editor
Cape Fear’s Going Green magazine is a quarterlyprint andonline publication and website that serves as a vehicle for area residents to learn about “green” projects being implemented successfully by people in their own community. Students may workon a variety of projects that involve researching, writing and meeting people concerning environmental projects and magazine operations. Timelines are flexible

Cape Fear Green Building Alliance
CFGBA seeks volunteers to help set-up and staff exhibits at upcoming events, such as the Earth Day Festival as well as at our monthly meetings. We also seek volunteers for committees, such as education, finance, government affairs and development. All committees are in need of a secretary.Help with planning fundraising events would be especially valuable.

Cape Fear River Watch
Kemp M. Burdette, Cape Fear RIVERKEEPER ®
Cape Fear River Watch,617 Surry Street
Wilmington, NC 28401   Phone 910.762.5606

Halyburton Park
Andy Fairbanks,  Recreation Supervisor-Halyburton Park, City of Wilmington
4099 S. 17th St, Wilmington, NC 28412  
(910) 341-0076 ph.   (910) 794-6004 fax

Park Naturalist/Nature Instructor (Spring, Summer and Fall)
Plan and conduct interpretive and environmental education programs for the general public and groups. Plan and develop interpretive exhibits and brochures and provide animal husbandry for live animals used for education purposes. Must have a general knowledge and understanding of interpretive and environmental education principles and have basic knowledge of the natural history of North Carolina.

The Nature Conservancy
Angie Carl, Fire Specialist
The Nature Conservancy
2807 Market St
Wilmington, NC 28405
910-395-5000 (o)  910-395-2400 (f)

NC Aquarium at Ft. Fisher
SuzanneHoltzclaw, Volunteer Coordinator
North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher
900 Loggerhead Road,  Kure Beach, NC 28449
ph: 910.458.7468 ext. 232 fax: 910.458.8464

NC Audubon Society
Audubon North Carolina
7741 Market Street, Unit D
Wilmington, NC 28411-9444
Tel: 910-686-7527
Fax: 910-686-7587

NC Coastal Federation Website:
Tracy E. Skrabal
Coastal Scientist, Southeast Regional Manager
North Carolina Coastal Federation
The Landing,530 Causeway Drive Suite F1
Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480
Ph: (910) 509-2838 Ext. 201 Fax: (910) 509-2840

Description of ECO: ECO is an active environmental group at UNCW, comprised of dozens of energetic and friendly allies of the environment. Working with the Greenpeace Student Network, Southern Energy Network, and National Wildlife Federation, ECO is connected with the nation on important campaigns addressing issues such as global warming, toxicity, and environmental justice. We also work with local community groups like  Stop Titan and with the university to improve and protect the environment for generations to come.

ECO Volunteer Opportunities include helping organize environmental educational or advocacy events, gathering petition signatures, coordinating volunteers for events, writing press releases for events, and whatever ideas you have to contribute to the environmental movement.

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