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Bear Lake. Rocky Mountain National Park. Photo Credit: William Wiley

Congressional Budget Deal Includes Wins for Wildlife & Conservation

At a time when so many issues seem hopelessly entangled by the growing partisan divide, wildlife conservation is repeatedly emerging as one area for bipartisan consensus. Just this week, a …

Boardmand. Photo Credit: Ted Timmons

Biomass for Electricity – Will it Affect Ecosystems and Fish?

Trout are the “gateway drug” for fishing fanatics in the Pacific Northwest. Trout are iconic due to their abundance, their tenacity, accessibility, and fragility. Of all the cold-water fishes in …

Clean Energy: Working for Wildlife

It is well known that the burning of fossil fuels releases carbon and other pollutants into the air when burned, which directly contribute to climate change and pose a dire …

Guidelines to Produce Energy Grasses in Wildlife-Friendly Ways

One of the great things about my job is being able to learn more about wildlife from experts at NWF, in other organizations, and with consultants working on projects for …

Bioenergy and Biodiversity in the Southeast: Like Speeding in a…

When Good Intentions Grow Bad: Bugs, Vines and Invasions

Preventing a Growing Risk

Weekly News Roundup – February 17, 2012

Want to know what National Wildlife Federation was up to this week? Here is a recap of the week’s NWF news: RESTORE Act needs support from a distance now February …

What does your campus and community do when your natural gas pipeline is severed?

  This past weekend, September 23-24th, almost 200 students, staff, and faculty were faced with this issue while at the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM) for the UMACS conference.  The main …

Whisky Raising Spirits and Renewables in Scotland

Whisky can help fuel your spirits and help fuel a country. Draff, by-products of used grains and pot ale from the whisky distillery process, will be used to generate electricity …

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