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Climate Capsule: Sowing Seeds for Cleaner, Smarter Technologies

6/1/2011 // By Amanda Stone

Happy June Capsule readers! Things are heating up here in DC, and for once I really do mean the heat.  Yesterday’s 94 degrees tied the record 1991 high at Dulles and the rest of the week isn’t looking any different. […] Read more >

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Taking the “Gardening for Wildlife” Plunge Out West

5/12/2011 // By Sue Brown

After two years of having the best weed garden in my neighborhood, I have set out to reclaim our vegetable garden. Apparently previous residents in our home had not only had green thumbs, but green fingers and hands — as […] Read more >

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My Messy Garden: Part 2 – Going to the Nursery

5/9/2011 // By Anne Senft

The search for native plants proves challenging. Read more >

Plants were allowed to grow wildly throughout the backyard.

Help! My Garden is a Mess!

5/2/2011 // By Anne Senft

Inspired by Garden for Wildlife Month, we’re committed to whipping our garden into shape. Read more >

Wildlife Gardening for Beginners: Five Simple Steps

5/1/2011 // By Kevin Coyle

The National Wildlife Federation is celebrating Garden for Wildlife Month this May. People might assume they have to be a wildlife gardening expert to get involved.  The reality is that even gardening novices can get involved, and, in so doing, […] Read more >

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How Nature Can Help You Fight the Winter Doldrums

1/28/2010 // By NWF

Getting cabin fever from spending too much time indoors lately? Don’t despair. Research shows that regular contact with nature boosts physical and mental health as well as productivity and with a little imagination, even people who are stuck inside can […] Read more >

The pond outside of NWF headquarters that provides a source of water for wildlife. Photo credit: MABlevins

Remembering Craig Tufts, NWF’s Chief Naturalist

6/29/2009 // By Kristin Johnson

The National Wildlife Federation this week is mourning the loss of our chief naturalist, Craig Tufts, who passed away June 21 at the age of 62. It is hard to find the words to express how much Craig’s presence will […] Read more >