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Home ::: Mississippi

Population: 2967620

Total Males: 1439787
Total Females: 1527833
Median Household Income: $ 38882
Total Households: 1087791
   

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Mississippi in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abbeville Aberdeen
Ackerman Agricola Alligator
Amory Anguilla Arcola
Artesia Ashland Avon
Bailey Baldwyn Bassfield
Batesville Bay Saint Louis Bay Springs
Bay St Louis Bay St. Louis Beaumont
Becker Belden Bellefontaine
Belmont Belzoni Benoit
Benton Bentonia Beulah
Big Creek Biloxi Blue Mountain
Blue Springs Bogue Chitto Bolton
Booneville Boyle Brandon
Braxton Brookhaven Brooklyn
Brooksville Bruce Buckatunna
Bude Burnsville Byhalia
Byram Caledonia Calhoun City
Camden Canton Carriere
Carrollton Carson Carthage
Cary Cascilla Cedarbluff
Centreville Charleston Choctaw
Chunky Church Hill Clara
Clarksdale Clarksdale, Cleveland
Clinton Coahoma Coffeeville
Coila Coldwater Collins
Collinsville Columbia Columbus
Columbus Air Force Base Como Conehatta
Corinth Courtland Crawford
Crenshaw Crosby Crowder
Cruger Crystal Springs D Iberville
D'Iberville D'Lo Daleville
Darling De Kalb Decatur
Dekalb Dennis Derma
Diamondhead Diberville Doddsville
Drew Dublin Duck Hill
Dulfport Dumas Duncan
Dundee Durant Eastabuchie
Ecru Edwards Ellisville
Enid Enterprise Escatawpa
Ethel Etta Eupora
Falcon Falkner Fayette
Fernwood Flora Florence
Flowood Forest Foxworth
French Camp Fresno Friars Point
Fulton Gattman Gautier
Georgetown Glen Glen Allan
Glendora Gloster Golden
Goodman Gore Springs Greenville
Greenwood Greenwood Springs Grenada
Gulf Port Gulfport Gunnison
Guntown Hamilton Harperville
Harrisville Hattiesburg Hazlehurst
Heidelberg Hermanville Hernando
Hickory Hickory Flat Hillsboro
Holcomb Hollandale Holly Bluff
Holly Springs Horn Lake Houlka
Houston Hurley Independence
Indianola Inverness Isola
Itta Bena Iuka Jackson
Jayess Jonestown Kilmichael
Kiln Kokomo Kosciusko
Lake Lake Cormorant Lakeshore
Lamar Lambert Lauderdale
Laurel Lawrence Leakesville
Learned Leland Lena
Lexington Liberty Little Rock
Lomita Long Beach Lorman
Louin Louise Louisville
Lucedale Ludlow Lula
Lumberton Lunenburg Lyon
Maben Macon Madden
Madison Magee Magnolia
Mantachie Mantee Marietta
Marion Marks Mathiston
Mayersville Mayhew Mc Carley
McAdams McCall Creek McCarley
McComb McCool McHenry
McLain Meadville Memphis
Mendenhall Meridian Meridian Naval Air Station
Merigold Metcalfe Michigan City
Midnight Minter City Mississippi State
Mize Money Monticello
Mooreville Moorhead Morgan City
Morton Moselle Moss
Moss Point Mound Bayou Mount Olive
Myrtle Natchez Neely
Nesbit Nettleton New Albany
New Augusta New Site New York
Newhebron Newton Nicholson
Nolly Springs North Carrollton Noxapater
Oak Vale Oakland Ocean Springs
Oceansprings Okolona Olive Branch
Osyka Ovett Oxford
Pace Pachuta Panther Burn
Parchman Pascagoula Pass Christian
Pattison Paulding Pearl
Pearlington Pelahatchie Perkinston
Petal Pheba Philadelphia
Philipp Picayune Pickens
Pinola Pittsboro Plantersville
Pocahontas Pontotoc Pope
Poplarville Port Gibson Potts Camp
Poulsbo Prairie Prentiss
Preston Puckett Pulaski
Purvis Quitman Raleigh
Randolph Raymond Red Banks
Redwood Rena Lara Richland
Richton Ridgeland Rienzi
Rigland Ripley Robinsonville
Rolling Fork Rome Rose Hill
Rosedale Roxie Ruleville
Ruth Saint Francisville Sallis
Saltillo San Pedro Sandersville
Sandhill Sandy Hook Sarah
Sardis Saucier Schlater
Scobey Scooba Scott
Sebastopol Seminary Senatobia
Shannon Sharon Shaw
Shelby Sherard Sherman
Shubuta Shuqualak Sibley
Sidon Silver City Silver Creek
Slate Spring Sledge Smithdale
Smithville Sontag Soso
Southaven Southfield Southhaven
Star Starkville State Line
Steens Stennis Space Center Stewart
Stonewall Stringer Sturgis
Summit Sumner Sumrall
Sunflower Swiftown Taylor
Taylorsville Tchula Terry
Thaxton Thomastown Tillatoba
Tiplersville Tippo Tishomingo
Toomsuba Torrance Tougaloo
Tremont Tunica Tunica Resorts
Tupelo Tutwiler Tylertown
Union Union Church University
Utica Vaiden Valley Park
Vance Vancleave Vardaman
Vaughan Verona Vicksburg
Victoria Vossburg Walls
Walnut Walnut Grove Walthall
Washington Water Valley Waterford
Waveland Waynesboro Wayside
Webb Weir Wesson
West West Point Whitfield
Wiggins Winona Woodland
Woodville Yazoo City
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Mississippi


Basic History

First discovered by the Spanish explorers in 1540, the region was later claimed by the French. The first permanent settlement was established by the French in 1699. Great Britain took over the area in 1763 after the French and Indian Wars, ceding it to the U.S. in 1783 after the Revolution. In 1817 Mississippi became a state.

Environmental History

White oaks, hickory, maple, and magnolia grow in the forests of the uplands. Others include various willows and gums and longleaf pine. Listed as endangered were the Louisiana quillwort, pondberry and American chaffseed. Common among the state’s mammals are the opossum, eastern mole, armadillo, coyote, mink, white-tailed deer, striped skunk, and diverse bats and mice. Listed as threatened or endangered are the American and Louisiana black bears, eastern indigo snake, Indiana bat, Mississippi sandhill crane, bald eagle, brown pelican, red-cockaded woodpecker, and five species of sea turtle.

Green Initiatives

The University of Mississippi is committed to environmental stewardship and leadership in sustainability. Their comprehensive recycling program includes recycling paper and cardboard, phonebooks, softback textbooks, magazines, paper bags, folders, aluminum and steel cans, plastic bottles and jugs, cell phones, light bulbs, batteries; energy management with SmartSynch SmartMeters that monitor, analyze and report on energy utilization in buildings and campuses reducing electricity consumption and carbon emissions, compare building energy usage and monitor the weather’s impact on energy utilization, while reducing its carbon footprint. The Green Campaign is a green initiative with a mission to build institutional learning capabilities that support improvements in building design and operations, landscaping, energy and water conservation, waste minimization, recycling and services. The University has made a commitment that all new buildings on campus will be LEED Certified. The Physical Plant Department has enhanced its building program with a view to have each building to be responsible for “green” outreach, education and implementation. The mission of Bike-Sharing Program is to promote bicycling as a desirable means of transportation in a greater effort to strengthen a culture of sustainability. The University and the City have worked to create an infrastructure to enable this type of environment, and look to expand alternative forms of transportation even further in the future. Other initiatives being explored include car-sharing, ride-sharing, and upgrading the bike-share program to a third generation, fully automated system. Amongst the other green initiatives that the state has taken include: Energy Star rated equipment in use; carbon neutral and hybrid vehicle/transportation service in action; use of email instead of paper for communication and documentation; all administrative areas will have paper recycling program; recycling program for light bulb ballasts, light bulbs and batteries; use of bio-fuels; electric items turned off when not in use; use of electronic thermostats with pre-set settings to minimize energy consumption; use of low flow faucet aerators; use of environmentally friendly paints, etc.
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