November, 2019

Celebrating 10 Years of Eco-Schools USA

What a decade! Over the last 10 years, shared stories of success from students and educators have highlighted the positive impacts from the National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA program. Beyond …

2019 In Review: A Human Approach to Conservation in the Rocky Mountain Region

The West is a place of contrasts: the largest open spaces next to vast urban centers; some of the fastest growing states that depend on the fastest shrinking water supply. …

Be a “Nature’s Witness”!

It’s not often you get to wander through an animal kingdom where creatures large and small—from elephants, alligators and bobcats to pikas, polar bears and flamingos—all mingle together in perfect …

Tribal Wildlife Conservation: 5 Success Stories

Did you know: Tribes own or influence the management of tens of millions of acres of land? Tribal lands provide vital habitat for more than 525 federally-listed threatened and endangered …

Save What You Love: Filmmaker Mark Titus Focuses His Lens on Endangered Wild Salmon Runs

“Once we were so many we couldn’t be counted.” This takeaway message in the 2014 documentary feature, The Breach, is a poignant reminder when we consider collapsing salmon runs in …

Why Public Lands and the Land and Water Conservation Fund Matter to America’s Veterans & Their Families

Thump, thump. “Shhhhhh, stop throwing rocks, you are going to scare the fish,” said my grandfather. Heeding this warning and watching him slowly wade up the river to sneak up …

Wild & Curious: The 2019 ECHO Summit

Nature Play Every Day. What does that mean to you when you hear it? To some it means getting out to a park and playing on a swing set or …

Eco-Schools USA November Newsletter

“What we practice on a small scale sets the patterns for the whole system.” ~Adrienne Maree Brown As 2019 slows down and we look forward to upcoming breaks and quality …

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