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   on University of Kentucky campus established to assist public and private organizations in addressing environmental issues and developing solutions.Kentucky that seeks to coordinate, promote and study biodiversity issues in Kentucky.Kentucky data sources and links from the National Biological Information Infrastructure and includes a list of federal, state, local, educational, and non-governmental agencies that deal with biodiversity.Kentucky to promote the natural sciences and natural history in Kentucky through preservation, research and education.Kentucky Institute, formed in 1992 at the University of Louisville, consists of several centers that specialize in different areas of research into the environment and sustainable development.Kentucky's privately owned, 14,000-acre Bernheim, with a nationally-recognized arboretum, beautiful gardens, tranquil lakes, a nature center, large expanses of scenic natural area, 30 miles of hiking trails and a 12,000-acre research forest.Kentucky NBII links diverse, high-quality biological databases, information products and analytical tools maintained by NBII partners and other contributors in government agencies, academic institutions, non-government organizations, and private industry.Information Sources - Comprehensive international treaty to sustain the rich diversity of life on Earth.Information Sources - Comprehensive to excel in wildlife and natural resource science, providing the information needed to better manage the nation's biological resources.Information Sources - Comprehensive classroom resources, grant information and environmental information.Education Hypertext Book by Peter J. Bryant, School of Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine. The focus is the origin, nature and value of biological diversity, the threats to its continued existence, and approaches to preserving what is left.Education site specifically addresses biodiversity and includes interactive maps of the earth's richest, rarest and most endangered areas. Education to invasive species informationEducation international non-profit site with guidelines for design and management of restoration projects.Ecological Restoration EPA informational site providing information for wetland restoration.Ecological Restoration for all vascular plants and vertebrate species (native, naturalized, and adventive) of North America, north of Mexico.Plants and Animals standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.Plants and Animals non-profit organization that preserves and restores our nation’s native wildlife species and habitats.Plants and Animals coalition of more than 6,000 organizations supporting increased public funding for wildlife conservation, education and recreation.Financial Aid and Funding plates fund purchase of land for conservation.Kentucky plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the the lands and waters they need to survive.Non-Governmental nature by advancing science to preserve the diversity and abundance of life on Earth. Non-Governmental education, preservation and protection of Kentucky native plants and ecological systems.Kentucky land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for future generations.Non-Governmental private land conservation to benefit communities and natural systems.Non-Governmental global network for taxonomy.Non-Governmental