Description of the Wildlife at Work program http://www.wildlifehc.org/programs/wildlife-at-work/
Description of the Corporate Lands for Learning program http://www.wildlifehc.org/programs/corporate-lands-for-learning/
A Directory of ALL our members projects, searchable by state or by company: http://www.wildlifehc.org/certification/registry-of-existing-programs/
The link to the portal of the Conservation Registry can be found on our front page or at http://wildlifehc.conservationregistry.org/ (this link lists all the site in the Continental US--- no other countries; but what is cool is that it has overlays with other conservation projects that might be near – for example…look at the certified programs in and around Denver Colorado, then click on the overlay for public lands owned by US forest service—and see how closely our member’s sites are to those areas. We use this tool to help members and partners visualize landscape level projects.
For those of you who were interested in the case study of a restored Brownfield ( I mentioned our Woodlawn site, managed for Bridgestone): http://www.wildlifehc.org/programs/council-managed-programs/new-beginnings/
ALSO: here are the links to the www.pollinator.org website that have the planting guides by zip code: http://www.pollinator.org/guides.htm (Contact me if you want my personal native plant lists for western PA—I am happy to share them with you!) If you are interested in Pollinators and work with kids, you might also want to download the NAPPC curriculum: Nature’s Partners. It’s FREE and a great source of lessons for schools or Scout groups.http://www.pollinator.org/nappc/PDFs/curriculum.pdf