Chartered in 1960, the Vermont Chapter has helped protect more than 183,000 acres of the state's most ecologically significant natural areas. Using the tools of science, we work to conserve Vermont's slice of the Earth's biological diversity — the richness and variety of life in all its forms.
What can you personally do to help our growing water problems? This article describes many simple things anyone can do, going into your home, online, and in your local environment. We all have to play our part, and this is a great place to start on the individual level!