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Tongue River Valley in southeastern Montana

Why the Flathead River Gets Protected and the Tongue River Gets the Pollution

6/24/2013 // By Alexis Bonogofsky

Don’t get me wrong. I’m 100 percent in favor of protecting the North Fork of the Flathead River in northwestern Montana. It’s a no brainer. The watershed is important for wildlife, recreation, tourism and agriculture, and it is under threat […] Read more >

via Flickr, Marshall Astor

Big Breaks for Big Oil, Big Dealbreaker

5/3/2011 // By Amanda Stone

This week’s stories: Highlight of the Week: Big profits for Big Oil Quote: House Speaker John Boehner Economic Story of the Week: Baucus takes on Tax Breaks Editorial of the Week: End the tax giveaways for oil companies FTC to […] Read more >

Power plant in front of U.S. Capitol

Political Theater Becomes a Messy Political Spectacle

3/31/2011 // By Jeremy Symons

It must have sounded like a reasonable idea when polluters first pressed the newly elected Congress to come to their aid. Read more >

NWF’s Larry Schweiger to Testify on Capitol Hill

10/28/2009 // By Miles Grant

National Wildlife Federation President & CEO Larry Schweiger is set to testify before the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee today. Here’s what Larry wrote on his blog yesterday previewing the hearing: I’ll be testifying in front of the Senate […] Read more >

We’re in Our Best Position Ever for Federal Legislation to Safeguard Wildlife From Climate Change

10/27/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

Download TESTIMONY OF LARRY SCHWEIGER-10-28-09 Tomorrow I’ll be testifying in front of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on the need to safeguard wildlife and natural resources and the essential services they provide to every American from the disastrous […] Read more >

NWF’s Take on America’s Climate Security Act of 2007

11/2/2007 // By Josh Nelson

There has been some confusion lately over where the environmental community stands on America’s Climate Security Act of 2007. To clarify, here are two letters which should provide a better understanding of where the National Wildlife Federation stands. The first […] Read more >