September, 2019

NWF Protecting Bighorn Sheep in the High Divide

What is Wildlife Conflict Resolution? Where conflicts between livestock and wildlife are prolonged and intractable, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) believes that public land grazing retirements can provide an equitable …

To Recover Chinook, Protect Their Prey

The nature of nature itself is that things are connected. “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world,” John …

The Clean Water Act Under Siege

Before the Clean Water Act, our nation’s waters were in trouble. The average loss of wetlands in the United States was nearly half a million acres annually. Lake Erie was …

Five Ways To Tackle The Gulf Of Mexico’s Dead Zone

This year, the Mississippi River flooded for more than 6 months, unprecedented in both length of time and volume of water. Researchers recently announced that this year the excess fertilizer …

Native Plant Challenge: Calling All Cities to Plant Native

The Worldwide Web of EcoCareers: A resource for job seekers

Cultivating Conservation Leaders in Detroit

3 Ways the Eco-Schools USA Program Creates Student Leaders

Ten years and over 3 million students! Those are the latest impact numbers from Eco-Schools USA, a global program hosted by the National Wildlife Federation. The program has provided place-based learning …

Earth Tomorrow: Participants Keep Coming Back!

It says a lot about the value of a program when – even after graduating – alumni keep coming back every year. For eighteen years, the National Wildlife Federation’s Earth …

Eco-Schools USA September Newsletter

I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework. ~Lily Tomlin According to the National Center for Education Statistics, this school year 50.8 …

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