April, 2017

Image by Allie D’Andrea

Artemis Sportswomen’s Coalition Launching Soon

The National Wildlife Federation and the Rocky Mountain Regional Center are proud to announce that we are launching Artemis, a sportswomen’s coalition, to bring a powerful and underrepresented voice to …

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Four Steps to More Resilient Coasts

What’s holding back conservation? Over the past year the National Wildlife Federation’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Center has been asking this question to over 250 stakeholders from New York to Virginia involved …

Photo by Bernadette Banville

Bowie Gardens for Wildlife

More than 75 residents, neighbors, and friends gathered at City Hall in Bowie, Maryland this past December to celebrate the community’s seven year journey to become a Certified Community Wildlife …

Riparian areas provide critical habitat to a number species vulnerable to climate change, like the Blue-spotted salamander. Photo by Greg Schechter/Flickr

NWF Launches New Wildlife Camera Project

This spring, the National Wildlife Federation’s Northeast Regional Center is launching a new project to engage communities around the importance of conserving riparian corridors for people and wildlife. Using wildlife …

Photo by Randall Ward

What the Federal Budget Means for Wildlife: Imperiled Coastlines

Millions of people live or recreate along the beautiful coastline of the United States. And hundreds of species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and fish rely on coastal habitats for food, …

MCCA Unites Collegiate Conservationists across Missouri

How do you keep ALL college students informed on conservation issues that are affecting your state in timely fashion? By creating a program that is FREE and easy to join. …

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