Technology-based organizations general organizations
A list for everyone in Ducks Unlimited, the GT chapter to communicate via email on how to put together the DU website in the most efficient manner, and to send out each individual web page to each member
A list of upcoming events, burns, trainings and general communication between members of the Oklahoma Prescribed Burn Association
Au travers de cette mailing list, vous pourrez être informés de toutes les sorties, formations, informations relatives à l'activité ski de randonnée / ski alpinisme du CAF de Nantes Atlantique. La participation à ces activités est conditionnée par la possession d'une licence FFCAM en cours de validité. Site du CAF de Nantes Atlantique : http://clubalpin.nantes.ffcam.fr/
Mailing list of the volunteer group Wilde Bernadette. Wilde Bernadette organises neighbour activities in our local park and aims for the conservation and development of the park.
A way for participants of the Darebin Sustainability Leaders Course to continue discussions on sustainability projects now and into the future.
A mailing list for all the adherents of the ideas of libertarianism in Bulgaria. The main purpose of this list is to distribute information about upcoming events and discussions amongst the subscribers.
List for the board of rioja-o.es rioja-o.es is a club for the practice of orienteering in La Rioja (Spain)
Discussion group for the Sydney Catholic University Linux Society.
"The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience". Mail list for the IAESTE members of the local committee of Lund Sweden (LTH - Lunds Technical University)
This is the regional discussion/announcements list for Act TravelWise members in the Yorkshire & The Humber region of the UK.
Castlebow User Group is an informal discussion group for members to exchange experiences and ideas on managing not-for-profit resources, and current city/state regulations.
Heplink is a network of colleagues responding to viral hepatitis in NSW, Australia. The HepLink e-list aims to facilitate discussion, networking, sharing resources, disseminating information and promoting events between HepLink members.
providing information to active competition shooters in OJFF for training and competition.
The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is a non-profit organization that is an auxiliary of the Air Force. The volunteers of CAP ready themselves for and coordinate, search, rescue and security missions utilizing aircraft, ground teams and a wide array of electronic and technical equipment. CAP is also tasked with the mission of aerospace education and cadet training programs for young adults. CAP promotes, supports and implements aerospace education, both for its own members and the general public teaching the latest in flight technology. CAP educational programs help prepare American citizens to meet the challenges of a sophisticated, technologically advanced aerospace society and understand its related issues. CAP utilizes computer flight simulation, computer GPS simulation, streaming video and audio, advanced audio communication equipment, infrared equipment and localizing equipment to augment their training exercises. This list will be used to support the Nebraska Wing, Omaha Composite and will be used to supplement and coordinate many facets of these training missions.
The International Council on English Braille (ICEB) is developing a Unified English Braille Code (UEBC) that provides representation of math and science as well as general literature, and that permits computer translation to and from print files. This is the discussion list for the Foreign Language Committee.