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Moose Photographer Captures Majestic Species

9/5/2012 // By Jennifer Janssen

The first time Rick Libbey saw a moose, it was on a trip that a friend took him on to a remote cabin in the woods of Maine–something he had never done before, but that would change the course of […] Read more >

Carbon Rule Comment Delivery with Polar Bear

Record-Setting Three Million Strong for Wildlife

8/14/2012 // By Jennifer Janssen

This summer, wildlife have suffered the effects of the terrible wildfires, droughts, and heat caused by climate change. The Western fires sent moose fleeing their blazing habitat in Colorado, the drought turned sagebrush habitat to tinder, and warmed streams to […] Read more >

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Stand with Heroes Fighting for Appalachian Mountains

8/13/2012 // By Jennifer Janssen

When I traveled as a college student to the coalfields of Appalachia to learn from the women and men fighting mountaintop removal coal mining, I had no idea the strength and courage of the people I would meet.  The local […] Read more >

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Share a Photo to Help Connect the Dots on Climate

4/26/2012 // By Jennifer Janssen

On May 5th, join the NWF, 350.org and partners across the globe in connecting the dots between climate change, changes in extreme weather, and the impacts to local habitats and wildlife. With your help, we will begin collecting images that […] Read more >

Image courtesy of Marlin Harms/Flickr

Mercury Impacts to Loons & Michigan Lakes Draws Thousands of Conservationists & Anglers

12/3/2011 // By Jennifer Janssen

Scientist Dave Evers has been studying loons in Michigan’s Seney National Wildlife Refuge impacted by mercury pollution since the late 1980s. He found mercury contamination in the very first loons he tested and since then has studied over 5,000 of […] Read more >

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Video: Ecologist Turns Advocate After Enbridge Disaster

11/30/2011 // By Jennifer Janssen

“Having this [Enbridge] oil spill come down through a watershed where we’ve been working to clean up old pollution for a long time now…for me it was a punch in the gut.” Jeff Spoelstra coordinates Kalamazoo River Watershed Council, an […] Read more >

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson addresses reporters during Great Lakes Week press conference, October 11, 2011. PHOTO / Celia Haven

Great Lakes Restoration: Day 1 in Detroit

10/13/2011 // By Jennifer Janssen

We had a great Day 1 at the 7th Annual Great Lakes Restoration Conference in Detroit, where hundreds of Great Lakes advocates, scientists, policy makers and community leaders have gathered to help make Great Lakes restoration successful. Here are a […] Read more >

River in Ohiopyle State Park

Don’t Drink the Water?

10/15/2010 // By Jennifer Janssen

Do you consider clean drinking water a given? I know that on most days, I turn on the tap without worry. But across the globe and throughout the U.S, millions are without access to clean drinking water or are having […] Read more >

Happening Now: NWF Testifies on Enbridge Oil Spill Impacts

9/15/2010 // By Jennifer Janssen

Watch now as Andy Buchsbaum and Beth Wallace from NWF’s Great Lakes Regional Center testify in front of the House Transportation and Intrastructure Committee in a hearing on the Enbridge oil spill. Watch the live webcast by clicking “Watch Now” […] Read more >

New Resolution on Asian Carp

4/15/2010 // By Jennifer Janssen

The fight to stop Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes is heating up and gaining support! National Wildlife Federation leaders from the Great Lakes region and across the country gathered in Houston, Texas last week to determine the priorities […] Read more >