Our public service provides and maintains a library on the environment and the law in print and electronic formats. The library holds many difficult-to-find documents from the Environmental Movement and has become the virtual host to several collections of significance that lost their original home.

Print library materials can be used in the library. Reference advice on useful resources is available both to visitors and to those who contact us by phone or email.

The Resource Library existence depends on support from foundations, government agencies, and many individuals. This help is especially important now, when government assistance has declined dramatically even as the need for public education and citizen action on environmental issues has never been greater.