Nature’s Academy, Inc.
Nature’s Academy, Inc. is a non-profit environmental educational company based in the greater Tampa Bay area. Programs aim to educate individuals about the complexity of Earth’s ecosystems and inspire them to become better stewards of our limited resources.

Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful
Our mission is to provide environmental education and volunteer opportunities that develop individual responsibility and environmental stewardship. More simply, we foster personal inspiration through environmental motivation. Since 1989, we’ve provided bay-area residents of all ages with opportunities for meaningful service.
Web site featuring a guide to green products and services in the Tampa area.

RePower America
Spoke about the local and national efforts to change the laws regarding renewable energy in the United States of America.

Creative Tampa Bay
Creative Tampa Bay was formed in the fall of 2003 to serve as a catalyst for  economic and social development in the region by promoting principles of the creative economy and developing creative industry.  We believe that business, economic development, arts, culture, social and environmental principles must work together to create vibrant, sustainable communities.

Patel College of Global Sustainability
Dr. Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solutions at the University of South Florida. Launched in 2005, the Patel Center’s goal is to identify challenges in developing nations and create viable solutions for improving the lives of their people. The Center brings together faculty, staff and students across USF’s campuses and colleges to facilitate the development of new research and technologies. The natural environment, social environment, and economic environments are the focus areas of the Center’s research projects.

Tampa Bay Estuary Program

The Recycling Journey

Going Green Tampa Bay
The Going Green Tampa Bay effort is driven by like minded organizations and professionals, who feel strongly that the threat of climate change, impending limitations of fossil fuel 10esources, and other environmental, public health, and related factors require concerted, intelligent action on the part of all people.

Tampa Bay Watch
With your help, we are protecting Florida’s largest open water estuary. Tampa Bay Watch, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit stewardship program dedicated exclusively to the charitable and scientific purpose of protecting and restoring the marine and wetland environments of the Tampa Bay estuary. By expanding community involvement in hands-on restoration and protection projects around the bay, we strive to counteract the huge loss of wetland habitat over the past 100 years. Tampa Bay Watch trains and organizes citizen volunteers, students, at-risk youth, and civic organizations to participate in environmental projects while heightening community awareness of the fragile nature and importance of the environment.

Tampa Bay Conservancy
Tampa Bay Conservancy is a land conservation organization devoted to protecting the region’s natural, agricultural and scenic heritage. The geographic focus of the Tampa Bay Conservancy includes Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas and Manatee Countieswith the potential to explore protection initiatives beyond these boundaries. Special thanks to the Elizabeth Ordway Dunn Foundation for all of their support.

Earth Force
Earth Force engages young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities now and in the future. Suncoast Earth Force opened its doors in the summer of 2000 and has seen continual growth in the number of educators and students it serves. Without the educators, Community Board, donors, volunteers and supporters, Suncoast would not be where it is today.

Creative Loafing Events listing

Tampa BayCycle
Tampa BayCycle encourages everyone to bicycle to work, school, for recreation or errands instead of driving. Tampa BayCycle brings together people who believe that riding a bicycle benefits everyone from individuals to the entire Tampa Bay Community. Bicycle commuters save money and gas, stay fit, reduce traffic congestion, and most importantly have fun.

US Green Building Council, Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Partners and Affiliates
Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
Coastal Conservation Association Florida
Coast Bike Share
Comanco Environmental Corp.
Fish America Foundation
Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida Association for Water Quality Control
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful
Keep Manatee Beautiful
Carolina Mike’s
RAE Conference in Seattle
Mueller/Baisden Advertising
Marine Fish Conservation Network
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
Tampa Bay Estuary Program
The Ocean Conservancy
Pinellas County Environmental Foundation
Restore America’s Estuaries
Save our Seabirds, Inc.
Southwest Florida Water Management District
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council
TECO Energy
Honda Marine
Frog Listening Network
Sierra Club, Tampa Bay Group