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Pronghorn Antelope on the prairie of Wyoming’s Red Rim Wildlife Management Area (Photo Credit Evan Reimondo)

Portraits of the Real Wyoming

7/1/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest Post by 2013 NWF Fellow, Evan Reimondo Last spring, I was honored to be designated a 2013 Emerging Leader Fellow by the National Wildlife Federation. I don’t know whether they realized just how overly-ambitious my project proposal was at […] Read more >

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The Puffins of Machias Seal Island

6/26/2014 // By Guest Author

Opening the small window of the duck blind on Machias Seal Island (off the coast of Maine) to observe the puffins was exhilarating. For the next 45 minutes, I was able to unobtrusively observe puffin behavior, see their colorful markings, […] Read more >

Lesser long-nosed bat, cardon cactus, MERLIN TUTTLE (1)

Not Just the Birds and Bees – 6 Fast Facts About Pollinating Bats

6/18/2014 // By Guest Author

By Micaela Jemison The birds and the bees may rule the daytime, but as soon as the sun sets, it is the bats that get to work pollinating.  Worldwide, over 500 species of flowers in at least 67 plant families rely […] Read more >

Class Discussion on "No Light Left Behind"
Photo Credit: Allison Hubbard

Bryant University Student Brings Solar Energy to Campus

6/4/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest post by Jessica May Vickers Almost fifteen months ago I felt both excitement and trepidation when I received the news that my application for No Light Left Behind, a feasibility analysis for the implementation of solar photovoltaic panels in […] Read more >

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Alaska Salmon Cry for Help! (If They Could Talk)

5/29/2014 // By Guest Author

As I write this, tens of millions of salmon are beginning to return to the streams, rivers and headwaters of the Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve in Alaska.  They are in the final stage of completing a life cycle that began […] Read more >

Cleaning Up Campus Move Out

5/19/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest post by Sapna Batish Are you interested in reducing waste during campus move-out from college dorms this spring? Your college or university may already have a program in place to help you do just that.  With names such as […] Read more >

Friends and student planting native plants at campus library. Photo Credit: Steve Woltmann

NWF Student Fellow Brings Native Landscaping to North Central College

5/12/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest Post by NWF Fellow Heidi Goetsch Every year North Central College, in Naperville IL, out grows its existing buildings and must work to function with an overflowing population. My campaign, Protecting Wildlife in Cities and Suburbs, aims to increase […] Read more >

Wind turbines on public lands. Photo by Nic Callero.

Montana supports Public Lands and Renewable Energy

5/7/2014 // By Guest Author

Guest post by Hayley Connolly-Newman This week, Senator John Walsh signed on as co-sponsor of the Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act (S. 279). This demonstrates several things to Montanans. First, Sen. Walsh supports smart development of renewable energy in […] Read more >

Scale model Lyncrest Elementary. Photo by Ben Pranger.

The Art of Sustainability

4/9/2014 // By Guest Author

I imagine that I sat at a desk for most of my grade school education though I can’t say I recall much of those lessons.  I can however recall the times that we went outside or got to create something […] Read more >

Wind turbines in Montana. Flickr photo by Mark Stevens.

Can Congress Renew Hope for Renewable Energy Development?

4/2/2014 // By Guest Author

As the second session of the 113th Congress develops, it is my great hope that Congress can leave its abysmal bill passage record in the past. In 2013, Congress signed just 57 bills into law, the lowest count in history. Much […] Read more >