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Confluence of Young Conservation Leaders – Hope for the Future

In early November, National Wildlife Federation’s EcoLeaders program, an initiative dedicated to leadership and career development for young people passionate about futures in Conservation and Sustainability career sectors, sent three …

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Restricting Problem Insecticides to Protect Bees and other Pollinators

Pollinators are an important part of the world’s biodiversity and food system. In the process of feeding on flowering plants for nectar, pollinators (including bees, wasps, butterflies, and other animals) …

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Working for Wildlife: Celebrating America’s Conservation Leaders

As the National Wildlife Federation’s 51 affiliate organizations come together for our annual meeting to chart a new path for the organization’s future, we are recognizing people from across the …

Representatives applaud the "We Believe" statement

Waking the Giant: NWF Rallies Around Core Beliefs

On Saturday, March 28, National Wildlife Federation President Collin O’Mara stepped onto a stage in Shepherdstown, West Virginia to address a room full of people at NWF’s 79th annual meeting. …

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