<p>For nearly 50 years, the National Wildlife Federation Conservation Directory has served as the preeminent guide to the conservation community for a broad range of audiences. Island Press is proud to be a partner with the National Wildlife Federation in producing and distributing this invaluable reference.<p>The 2004 edition will be the most comprehensive listing of conservation and environmental organizations yet published, with information on nearly 4,000 government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and colleges and universities, as well as more than 18,000 officials concerned with environmental conservation, education, and natural resource use and management. Included are listings of:<ul><li> U.S. Congress members, including committees and subcommittees<li> state, provincial, and federal agencies in the U.S. and Canada <li> national and international governmental organizations<li> U.S., Canadian, and international non-governmental organizations<li> colleges and universities with conservation programs<li> parks, refuges, and other protected areas<li> conservation information resources</ul><p>Each entry contains detailed contact information including names, addresses, and telephone and fax numbers; also included are selected e-mail and internet addresses, descriptions of program areas, senior staff by name and responsibility, principal publications, and more. Entries are categorized by organization type and state or country, and indexed alphabetically and by subject, on subjects ranging from acid rain to zoology. Each person listed in the directory is also indexed alphabetically.<p>For conservation groups, environmental activists, students and faculty, outdoor writers and science editors, natural resources agencies, wildlife organizations, scientists and researchers, job seekers, and anyone involved with the field of environmental conservation, the Conservation Directory 2004 is an essential resource."
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