Sponsors & Collaborators
The Nicodemus Wilderness Project has facilitated thousands of environmental stewardship projects worldwide. In our quest to protect and conserve the environment, we have been extremely fortunate in collaborating with numerous agencies, businesses, and individuals. All of the people who have come to us as volunteers, collaborators, and sponsors share our common goal of working together for the benefit of wildlife, the environment, and our communities.
Conservation Leaders ($10,000+):
Intel in Your Community
PNM Resources Foundation
Wild Oats Markets, Inc.
Conservation Leaders ($1,000-10,000):
Albuquerque Community Foundation
Neil Arbegast, M.D.
Mary H. Dudley, M.D.
Gin-Ming Hsu, M.D.
Wei-Ming Hsu and Peter Coutlakis, M.D.
Journey Communications, Inc.
Judy Lane , M.D.
REI (Recreational Equipment Inc.)
Sandia National Laboratories
Our past and ongoing projects have been conducted in collaboration with the following agencies and organizations (alphabetical order):
Albuquerque Public School's Career Enrichment Center, Alliance for the Great Lakes, The Anchor After School Program, Boy Scouts of America, City of Albuquerque Open Space Division, City of Albuquerque Trail Watch Volunteer Program, Friends of Belle Island, Gbawe Youth Club, Intel Corporation, Interact Club Caribe, Junior League of Albuquerque, Kappa Alpha Order (University of California-Riverside), King's Christian Academy (Minnesota), Kirtland Air Force Base, Lutheran High School (Arkansas), MELDI (Minority Environmental Leadership Development Initiative), Minnehaha Academy (Minnesota), New Jersey Community Water Watch, New Mexico Volunteers for the Outdoors, Open Space Alliance, Pro-Teen, Rio Grande Community Center of Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratories, The Sea Marshals, Students Environmentally Aware, Tidewater Neighborhood Association (Mississippi), United Way of Central New Mexico, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Forest Service, Wetlands Education Team, and Youth Federation for World Peace and Moral Values-Senegal.
We thank our special sponsors who have donated to the Nicodemus Wilderness Project:
Born at Home (10% of profits), ChameleonJohn.com ($300 donation), and Forensic Medical Investigation Institute ($1 per book)
We have also received in-kind donations for our hard-working volunteers from the following businesses:
Einstein Bros. Bagels, Gear for Good, Raley's Supermarkets, Smith's Food & Drug, Starbucks Coffee, and Wild Oats Markets, Inc.