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Congratulating Conservation Heroes

As members of the National Wildlife Federation’s national, regional, and state affiliate offices come together for the Federation’s 80th Annual Meeting in Estes Park, CO to set the agenda for continued …

Larry the alligator

Celebrating Conservation Achievements

Over the last eight decades, the National Wildlife Federation has been a part of many conservation successes. As we honor our 80th anniversary this year, we are celebrating individuals that help …

National Conservation Achievement Awards

Teaching Sustainable Practices: NWF Honors the NYC iSchool

Connecting kids with nature helps to further their personal and educational development. Studies have shown that exposure to environment-based education significantly increases student performance on tests of critical thinking skills, …

National Conservation Achievement Awards

A Voice for Restoring Wildlife: NWF Honors Jim Posewitz

Thanks in part to National Wildlife Federation’s mission to restore bison to the American West, bison are making a comeback. With conservationists like Jim Posewitz, who work every day for …

A Farm in Delaware. Photo by Abby Barber

Enhancing the Farm Bill: NWF Honors Senator Debbie Stabenow and…

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Conserving Our Forests: NWF Honors the Forest Stewardship Council

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Building Better Spaces: NWF Honors William McDonough

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Q & A With Singer-Songwriter Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor, who has been making music since her teenage years, will perform an acoustic set at NWF’s Conservation Achievement Awards ceremony, being held in Washington D.C. later this week. …

Weekly News Roundup – May 18, 2012

Want to know what National Wildlife Federation was up to this week? Here is a recap of the week’s NWF news: NWF Honors Jack Johnson, Governor and Mrs. Martin O’Malley, …

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