NACMME

North American Coalition for Maintaining Mother Earth

  • Explore These 4 Parks In St. Augustine, FL

    Florida is a beautiful state full of state parks, botanical gardens, and interesting Florida wildlife. Florida’s oldest city, St. Augustine, is a great place to visit if you want to explore beautiful parks. Some even have a bit of history. Here are the best parks to visit during your next St. Augustine trip.

  • How To Incorporate Nature Into Your Wedding

    If you consider yourself eco-friendly, I’m sure having nature incorporated into your wedding is a high priority. Rustic weddings have become a popular wedding trend in recent years. We love the whimsical, earthy looks that have popped up on modern bridal magazines and blogs. Here’s how to incorporate your love of nature into your big […]

  • How To Spend A Day On Panguitch Lake

    Looking for the perfect place to spend the day communing with nature? Whether you’re an avid fisherman or an outdoor enthusiast, Panguitch Lake in Southwest Utah is for you. Located at an elevation of 8,200 feet on the Colorado Plateau in the Dixie National Forest, this 1,200-acre lake offers majestic views of high meadows and […]

  • Parks To Visit In Portland, OR

    For anyone who enjoys spending time in parks, Portland, Oregon is a prime destination. The city is home to a large number of parks of various sizes. This includes the Mills End Park in downtown Portland. It’s more of a park to drive past than to spend time at because it is the smallest park in […]

  • Juneau, AK Wildlife And Where To Find It

    Alaska, particularly its capital Juneau, is known very well for its exotic, often cold environment, that is teeming with lots of wildlife. However, if you don’t know where to look, you may miss out on quite a bit that Juneau has to offer. While it isn’t a bad idea to find a tour guide for […]

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Posted by Alexa On July - 5 - 2017 0 Comment

Whether you’re looking for an easy stroll or rugged terrain, western New York is full of diverse hiking trails. The Buffalo area is full of hidden gems, scenic vistas and unique trails to explore. Many of these trails are also family friendly and wheelchair accessible, making them a great option for everyone.

Posted by Alexa On June - 25 - 2017 0 Comment

Florida is a beautiful state full of state parks, botanical gardens, and interesting Florida wildlife. Florida’s oldest city, St. Augustine, is a great place to visit if you want to explore beautiful parks. Some even have a bit of history. Here are the best parks to visit during your next St. Augustine trip.

Posted by Alexa On June - 15 - 2017 0 Comment

Whether you’re planning a vacation to Cape Cod and staying at a bed and breakfast, like Admiral’s Landing, and want to try yoga or you are a resident seeking a new studio, here are five great places to do yoga in the area.

Posted by Leland On June - 5 - 2017 0 Comment

If you consider yourself eco-friendly, I’m sure having nature incorporated into your wedding is a high priority. Rustic weddings have become a popular wedding trend in recent years. We love the whimsical, earthy looks that have popped up on modern bridal magazines and blogs. Here’s how to incorporate your love of nature into your big day.

Posted by Leland On May - 20 - 2017 0 Comment

Looking for the perfect place to spend the day communing with nature? Whether you’re an avid fisherman or an outdoor enthusiast, Panguitch Lake in Southwest Utah is for you. Located at an elevation of 8,200 feet on the Colorado Plateau in the Dixie National Forest, this 1,200-acre lake offers majestic views of high meadows and thick forests of aspens, pines and cedar trees. During the […]

Posted by Leland On May - 12 - 2017 0 Comment

For anyone who enjoys spending time in parks, Portland, Oregon is a prime destination. The city is home to a large number of parks of various sizes. This includes the Mills End Park in downtown Portland. It’s more of a park to drive past than to spend time at because it is the smallest park in the city. How small? It’s located on a concrete median […]

Posted by Alexa On May - 5 - 2017 0 Comment

Great charities and nonprofits can be hard to find. Some squander what they’re given on unnecessary overhead costs while others are more of a publicity stunt than anything else. Some, if not most, charities are worth giving to, however. This post highlights some of the best in Los Angeles and covers a wide range of needs. #SaveLACougars #SaveLACougars is a campaign run by the National […]

Posted by Leland On April - 21 - 2017 0 Comment

Alaska, particularly its capital Juneau, is known very well for its exotic, often cold environment, that is teeming with lots of wildlife. However, if you don’t know where to look, you may miss out on quite a bit that Juneau has to offer. While it isn’t a bad idea to find a tour guide for your visit, you can also do a bit of research […]

Posted by Alexa On April - 5 - 2017 0 Comment

ESA stands for Environmental Site Assessment. These assessments are broken up into two phases, though this article will mostly speak to Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) sets the standards for both phases of ESAs to address CERCLA (the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act). CERCLA, which passed through the United States Congress in 1980, addressed the […]

Posted by Leland On March - 13 - 2017 0 Comment

As the bitter cold begins to lose its grip on the Midwest, anglers begin to dream of days of catching their allowed limits of fish on Lake Michigan. Beautiful Lake Michigan offers some of the best fishing anywhere. There are many charter boat companies on the 1660 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline in the states of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Many people choose to […]