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This week, NWF joined a coalition of experts to release the first National Physical Activity Plan, a spankin’ new initiative that aims to beef up our nation’s health.
In honor of Earth Day’s 40th anniversary and National Parks Week, Department of the Interior employees took their kids to the mall.
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, family-style.
This weekend, the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting welcomed students, more than 100 college and university presidents, and national youth organizations at the University of Miami. The annual meeting—the third of its kind—brings leaders together to create and …
NWF’s Executive Vice President and COO Jaime Matyas contributes from Washington, on the day of her testimony before the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science & Related Agencies. Today I’m heading over to Capitol Hill to testify in …
Spring officially starts this Saturday, March 20—mark the occasion by continuing to celebrate the 73rd annual National Wildlife Week! Because it’s Friday, and I’m big on alliteration, let’s take a closer look at flatlining frogs and fantastic flowers.
It’s National Wildlife Week, and we hope today’s post won’t make you too scared to look under that rock in your yard. There may be creepy crawlies (a.k.a invertebrates) living underneath, but believe me, they are more scared of you. …
I personally haven’t had any Irish luck finding four-leaved mutants, have you? Have a wild, wonderful St. Patrick’s Day and National Wildlife Week!
Tuesday Tweets, the second post in our National Wildlife Week series, hopes that after you retweet this blog post you’ll shut it down and take your lunch break outside. But first, check out these birds that make ridiculously long migrations annually.
It is National Wildlife Week, and NWF hopes children will take a walk on the wild side this week—and stay there, for their physical health and engagement with the natural world.