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View Resource NPWRC Online Biological Resources

The mission, in part, of Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center is to work with others to assess the biotic resources of the Great Plains, to facilitate information sharing among agencies,...

http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/
View Resource Importance of Native Grasslands in California

The mission of The California Native Grass Association is to develop, promote, preserve, and restore native grasses and grassland ecosystems of California.

http://www.cnga.org
View Resource Native Habitats Homepage

The mission of Native Habitats is to participate in and support efforts to restore and preserve native ecosystems for the sake of restoring ecological process and biodiversity; allowing native...

http://www.nativehabitats.org
View Resource Ecosystem Management Tools and Techniques: Proceedings of a CRS Workshop

Congressional Research Service report of the workshop focused on environmental technology and ecosystems.

http://www.ncseonline.org/NLE/CRSreports/Biodiversity/biodv-...
View Resource Soil Ecology and Restoration Group

Home page of the research organization concerned with ecosystem dynamics of arid and semi-arid lands. Links to bibliography, job opportunities, current research, species lists and more.

http://www.serg.sdsu.edu/SERG/index.html
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