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A Virginia elementary school in the Eco-Schools USA program creatively celebrates the holiday season. Read more >
At the State Environmental Leadership Program annual conference in Nebraska last week, state leaders discussed ways to bridge beyond the stimulus and other federal funding for green development, and strategised methods of developing state policies that will foster such development. Read more >
It was probably the most astonishing wildlife spectacle in all of American history—the migration of the passenger pigeon, a bird larger than the mourning dove, with a bluish back and a rosy breast—the most common bird on the continent in… Read more >
November 15 is America Recycles Day. On Monday, learn how students all over the country are taking action to reduce consumption and waste with NWF’s Eco-Schools USA program. Read more >
Shopping for new wheels. It’s a pretty big deal. With dealer showrooms filling up with groundbreaking new technology, it’s also a pretty exciting time to be looking for a new car. Now the fuel economy window sticker has to catch… Read more >
If you cannot afford a professional home energy audit or don’t want to wait, you can conduct your own audit of your home’s efficiency. Read more >
NWF and a broad community representing businesses and non-profits announced a new national coalition, called the Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK), aimed to address the growing divide between children and families and the natural world.
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Have you ever roasted marshmallows? Do you remember catching fireflies? When’s the last time you stargazed? National Wildlife Federation’s 6th annual backyard campout event on June 26 is an easy way for families and children to connect with nature and create new memories of outdoors experiences
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First Lady Michelle Obama this week released an action plan called Solving the Problem of Childhood Obesity Within a Generation. The new report provides a national road map of solutions to tackle this health issue.
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This past weekend, about 200 residents from the New Orleans area signed a huge banner with bold personal messages to express deep concern over America’s continuing addiction to oil. Read more >