Indraloka is a Sanskrit word meaning 'God's Heaven'. Our guiding principle is that all life is sacred, and we are all related ('the ones that walk, the ones that crawl, the ones that fly, and the ones that swim').
Countryside Conservancy was established by citizens concerned about the loss of distinctive features in our regional landscape in northeastern Pennsylvania. Our non-profit organization works within Lackawanna, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties to pres... [ View Charity Profile
Over two decades ago, Harvard University’s Office of Government and Community Affairs sponsored an in-depth study of the animal rights/welfare movement, including its goals and strategies. International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) was chartered ... [ View Charity Profile
The North Branch Land Trust traces its beginnings to 1993, when a small group of citizens in the Back Mountain area of Northeastern Pennsylvania, just west of Wilkes-Barre, became concerned by the effects of rapid growth and development on their rura... [ View Charity Profile