May, 2019

Wildlife Garden Inspiration

Get out in your habitat garden this summer and start capturing moments to share in the 2nd annual Garden for Wildlife™ Photo Contest opening for entries on August 5, 2019! …

Planting for Three Seasons: Keep the Million Pollinator Garden Momentum Alive

It is estimated that there is now at least one or more pollinator gardens per block in most communities across the United States.  This is thanks to the approximately 8 …

Bright Future for Colorado Wildlife: Bettering Management of the Rio Grande National Forest

This summer, Coloradans will have the rare opportunity to influence land management practices in the Rio Grande National Forest in southern Colorado.  Since new forest plans are developed only once …

ECHO Q&A: Rocky Mountain Children’s Discovery Center

Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) is a National Wildlife Federation program that emphasizes the need for our youngest children to have daily, quality access to nature. Today, the amount of …

The Clean Power Plan replacement is a disaster for people…

Five Ways National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA Boosts Climate Literacy

Untold Stories of Ancestry: A Personal Reflection

Fighting To Preserve Bears Ears: The Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition

Stretching over nearly two million acres, the Bears Ears region in Utah is abundant with wildlife including elk, bighorn sheep, black bear, lynx and more than 25 species of birds. …

Help Wildlife Move in a Changing World

Wildlife like the black bear move both daily and seasonally to survive. However, the habitats animals rely on continue to be fragmented by housing, roads, fences, energy facilities, and other …

Earth Day Celebration: From Grass to Garden

When Mrs. Cardona’s fourth and fifth grade classes at Royal Palm Elementary School in Florida celebrated Earth Day last month, they decided to create a lasting gift to the school …

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