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Weekly News Roundup: Wildlife Still Struggling and more

4/3/2015 // By Linda Argueta

Gulf wildlife are still suffering five years after the devastating Deepwater Horizon disaster, according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation. Five Years & Counting: Gulf Wildlife in the Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster explains how Gulf …

Representatives applaud the "We Believe" statement

Waking the Giant: NWF Rallies Around Core Beliefs

3/31/2015 // By Lisa Moore

On Saturday, March 28, National Wildlife Federation President Collin O’Mara stepped onto a stage in Shepherdstown, West Virginia to address a room full of people at NWF’s 79th annual meeting. The crowd held representatives from NWF’s diverse affiliates—wildlife conservation groups …

Wiconson Wildlife Federation leaders stand with NWF's Danielle Korpalski in front of the US Capitol building

NWF’s Affiliate Leaders Swarm Capitol Hill

4/21/2011 // By Jenny Kordick

National Wildlife Federation’s 75th annual meeting brought over 45 NWF State Affiliates to Washington D.C. last week. Before the meeting kicked off, a number of affiliate leaders participated in Capitol Hill Days, getting the chance to meet with their elected officials on Capitol …

Breakout session at the Young Leaders Assembly (Crystal Webb)

Guest Post: At Young Leaders Assembly, ‘Doers’ Look to the Future of Conservation

4/15/2011 // By Max Greenberg

Crystal Webb joined the NWF Southeast Regional Center in 2011 as Oil Spill Response Manager.  Prior to coming to NWF she was in management consulting focusing her practice in organizational change management and strategic communications. In her free time, she …

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Young, and Leading the Movement to Connect with Nature

4/14/2011 // By Max Greenberg

I hope I can be forgiven for saying that the conservation movement, like any community, can sometimes seem a bit like a how-many-does-it-take-to-screw-in-a-light-bulb-ready clique. I work with pretty much the same people at NWF every day, and patterns emerge over …

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