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Last Chance: Preserving Life on Earth

9/30/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

I will be continuing to speak in December and in the coming year in the cities below on my recently published book Last Chance: Preserving Life on Earth. I believe that we have little time to act to protect the nature […] Read more >

Week Two: A “Bugly” Scavenger Hunt

7/21/2009 // By Jennifer Ward

Bugs are everywhere in nature, regardless of whether you’re a city dweller or a country dweller. I encourage you to take a walk with your kids and see just what you can find as you embark on a Bugly Scavenger Hunt. Read more >

My Day with the Elephants: A “Ranger Rick” Editor Tells All

4/7/2009 // By Elizabeth Schleichert

When I meet new people and tell them that I write for Ranger Rick magazine, they often get a nostalgic, far-away look in their eyes. Many exclaim, “Oh, I used to love that magazine when I was a kid.” Or, […] Read more >

Help NWF Win $200,000 To Change Climate Change!

3/18/2009 // By Julia Marden

Cast your vote to help the National Wildlife Federation bring YOUR voice to the table. It doesn’t really need saying that America is home to many diverse communities.  We’re a KitchenAid mixer, or a salad bowl, or a fondue pot, or […] Read more >

Having a (Green) Ball

1/27/2009 // By Miles Grant

If you weren’t one of the lucky thousands packed into the National Portrait Gallery last week for the Green Inaugural Ball, you missed the best and greenest party of the year! Musical acts included Will.i.am. (of the Black Eyed Peas), […] Read more >

Great Video About Creating Wildlife Habitat and Gardening Green With NWF

10/17/2008 // By Kristin Johnson

Roxanne Paul, the National Wildlife Federation’s Habitats Program Coordinator, was caught on tape for a great interview about NWF’s Certified Wildlife Habitat® program. She was on location at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C., which NWF recently marked as […] Read more >

Wherever You Live, Changing Climate is Shifting Spring

3/20/2008 // By Miles Grant

The Associated Press has a great roundup the local impacts of a delayed spring thanks to climate change: The capital’s famous cherry trees are primed to burst out in a perfect pink peak about the end of this month. Thirty […] Read more >

Climate Crisis Action Day

3/20/2007 // By Josh Nelson

I just got back to the office from the Climate Crisis Action Day.  The event, which took place today from 11am-1pm on the west capitol lawn, had a great turnout and we couldn’t have asked for better weather.  The speakers […] Read more >

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