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Sequestration’s Impact on Environmental Spending

2/28/2013 // By Mary Price

Sequestration begins tomorrow, and we wanted to share how it will affect conservation spending on a regional basis.   Thanks to Addie Rolnick for research contributions to this piece. Read more >

Habitat Restoration: The Key to Saving Our Salmon

8/11/2011 // By Ashley Quackenbush

Entering Mount Rainier National Park I am automatically drawn to the White River; its braided, meandering channels flowing down from Emmons Glacier, sweeping through old growth forest, and Mount Rainier towering above, is a sight of true beauty. As I […] Read more >

Government Shutdown: Coming to a Farm Near You

4/8/2011 // By Aviva Glaser

With the potential government shutdown looming closer and closer, many people far outside of DC are wondering what the government shutdown will mean for their daily lives.  While farmers may be miles from DC, many rely on the government for […] Read more >

Coal-fired power plant on Potomac River in Alexandria, VA (by NWF's Miles Grant)

Government Shutdown = Polluter Holiday?

4/8/2011 // By Joe Mendelson

As the budget battle continues, little attention is being paid to what a federal government shutdown might mean for safety of our air, water and land if government employees are forced home. Read more >

Federal Government Moves to Slash Its Emissions & Energy Costs

1/29/2010 // By Miles Grant

The White House today revealed details of a plan to slash the federal government’s energy usage. The move is expected to cut the federal government’s global warming pollution 28% by the end of this decade. It will also save taxpayers […] Read more >