Seattle

Connecting Underserved Families with Nature

Connecting underserved families with nature through camping The National Wildlife Federation Seattle Office offered two Great American Campout events this summer to engage 300 campers from historically underrepresented and underserved …

Getting to know our wild neighbors

Beavers munch on invasive Japanese knotweed beside a restaurant patio on Lake Union. A river otter takes an evening trot down a sidewalk on West Seattle’s Beach Drive. Bald eagles …

Nurture nature in the city and discover your wild neighbors

Close your eyes and imagine cougars among the fir trees at Carkeek Park, or beavers swimming along the shore at Green Lake. Do these wild animals truly exist in Seattle? …

Connecting First Time Campers with Nature

Our primary goal of the Great American Campouts at Camp Long is to provide families who have never been camping and who may not be comfortable recreating in the outdoors …

My Time as an AmeriCorps Volunteer with NWF

New Seattle Community Wildlife Habitat

Fun Parks to Visit in the Top 10 Cities for…

National Wildlife Week: Seattle’s Villa Academy Raises a Flag for Eco-Schools

Off the shores of Lake Washington in Seattle, Villa Academy is working to create a wildlife oasis at their pre K-8 Independent Catholic school.  Their 30-acre school grounds have been …

BP Refuses to Halt Production as Refinery Explodes

BP again puts workers at risk as fire explodes at     Washington’s largest oil refinery. As we near the two year anniversary of BP’s Deepwater Horizon explosion, the worst environmental disaster …

Valentine for Bristol Bay- Jewelers oppose Pebble Mine

Here is a tough question: How do you get a sportsman, a mans man to write a valentines day themed blog post? How do you motivate someone who is much …

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