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Protect Wild Life

Everyone has the power to make a positive impact on their surroundings.

The very things that make your local area a desirable place to live can be jeopardized if you don't take action NOW. That is why we are looking for win-win situations that provide for environmentally friendly ways to encourage responsible community and growth in our local area while maintaining the quality of life that is enjoyed and expected.  

Without volunteers, our goal of support environment would be at risk. If you're interested in contributing your specific talents, your time, use your volunteer experience, or develop one, then Support Environment is for you!

We can, collectively, make a difference to our local environment, by making small changes to the way we live, work and travel. Everyone has the power to make a positive impact on their surroundings. There are a variety of ways for you to participate. But regardless of how you choose to participate, we suggest you start immediately!

Implement small changes in your lifestyle today and think about good you can do for you, your family, your job and future generations.

Helping environment and serving community makes everyone's life better. Every instance of donated time and skill adds up and allows us to administer projects that might otherwise have to be shelved. Your involvement can help with expediting existing projects and with the development of new initiatives.

More information on how to support environment is available under following sections:


What You Should Know
The physical environment of a people consists of all the natural conditions to which they have been subjected, not merely a part.
The slight and slow variation of the sub-race under changing conditions of food and climate is beyond doubt.
Many times environment modifies the physique of a people indirectly by imposing upon them certain predominant activities, which may develop one part of the body almost to the point of deformity.