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Chattanooga Audubon Society

The oldest conservancy organization in the Chattanooga Area, the Chattanooga Audubon Society protects over 500 acres on four sanctuaries across Hamilton County. Audubon Acres in East Brainerd offers more than 5 miles of hiking trails over 130 acres on South Chickamauga Creek along with abundant opportunities for picnicking, wildlife viewing, and photography.

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green|spaces

green|spaces' mission is to advance the sustainability of living, working, and building in Chattanooga and the surrounding region. Our donors and members support this mission through award-winning, innovative programs and our storefront resource center. Our programs all work toward the triple bottom line which includes environmental, social, and economic sustainability and we align our programs with the key components of our mission: Living, Working, and Building.

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Lula Lake Land Trust

The Lula Lake Land Trust, established by the will of Robert M. Davenport in January of 1994, seeks to protect and preserve the natural beauty and abundant resources within the Rock Creek watershed for the benefit of present and future generations by fostering education, research and conservation stewardship of the land.

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Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center

Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center, located at the foot of historic Lookout Mountain, has breathtaking scenery, botanical gardens, and miles of trails for walking, biking and driving. Located within six miles of downtown Chattanooga, our level IV Arboretum includes 317 acres with 150 classified and marked tree species. Canoe on historic Lookout Creek, study Civil War and Cherokee history and experience the shifting, haunting, ever-lovely moods of nature with a drive thru Reflection Riding.

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4 Paws Pantry

4 Paws Pantry delivers temporary support and assistance to pet owners in Hamilton County through pet food and supply donations to allow pets to remain in their current homes.

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Chattanooga Zoo

The The Chattanooga Zoo is a non-profit organization and relies on community support to flourish and grow. Support received from the community allows the Zoo to provide excellent animal care, improve facilities, and educate thousands of children each year.

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Humane Educational Society

Our mission at HES is to provide a safe haven for homeless, injured, abused and neglected animals in our community and advocate on their behalf. We believe that each animal deserves a second chance and a loving forever home. Together, we can improve the lives of pets in need.

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McKamey Animal Center

The McKamey Animal Center is an open door animal shelter for the city of Chattanooga. In 2012 we took in over 8,000 animals from the city limits. We provide animal services to those facing cruelty and neglect, adoption services, trap neuter return and humane education.

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Southeast Conservation Corps

Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) provides young women and men with structured, safe and challenging service and educational opportunities through projects that promote personal growth, the development of social skills, and an ethic of natural resource stewardship.

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Tennessee River Gorge Trust

The Tennessee River Gorge Trust's mission is to protect the Tennessee River Gorge as a healthy and productive resource for our community through land protection, education, community engagement, and good land stewardship practices. As a land trust, we are committed to the protection of the natural resources in our community as well as the people who call this place their home.

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Donate to Tennessee Student Environmental Alliance

TenneSEA is the local division of CaribbeanSEA. Right here in Tennessee, we have projects ongoing with stormwater education and water monitoring.  We have resources for educatorsprojects with K-12 schools, and collaborations with universities.

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ChattaNeuter

ChattaNeuter Spay Neuter Clinic has been chosen as a part of the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance Response Team.  ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance has mentored 150 clinics across the country to operate sustainable business models that make a significant impact on the homeless pet population. 

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Happinest

Happinest Wildlife Rehabilitation & Rescue is dedicated to the rehabilitation of Tennessee’s sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife; with the goal of preventing suffering and successfully returning them to the wild as quickly as possible. We also strive to inform the public about native wildlife and their habitats through education and promoting awareness.

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Lookout Mountain Conservancy

Protecting Lookout Mountain's scenic, historic & ecological resources through conservation, advocacy, recreation & education, for current & future generations.

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Pet Placement Center

Tennessee Humane Animal League, Pet Placement Center is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, no-kill animal shelter. The company was created to support Chattanooga and the surrounding areas with a safe, reliable shelter, as well as aid in the education in the importance of spay/neuter, the decrease in over-population, and proper animal care. We take pride in working with the community to find safe and loving homes for those who are less fortunate, and we strive to serve our neighbors for the common goal of animal safety.

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Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is a non-profit public aquarium located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It opened in 1992 on the banks of the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, with a major expansion added in 2005. The Aquarium, which has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1993, is home to more than 12,000 animals representing almost 800 species