May, 2020

The Tongass National Forest May Lose Roadless Rule Protections Despite Overwhelming Public Pushback

The Tongass National Forest sprawls across 17 million acres and 1,000+ islands over the panhandle of southeast Alaska. Filled with glacier-carved fjords; thick green forests of hemlock, spruce, and cedar; …

Fighting to Restore Clean Water Protections for Wildlife

Access to clean water is more important now than ever. However, in the middle of a global pandemic, the Trump administration published a regulation that removes bipartisan clean water protections …

Eco-Schools June Newsletter

Eco-Schools USA June Newsletter

  |   May 28, 2020

It’s Great Outdoors Month! How does celebrating the outdoors look to you? Do you fish, hike, bike, or climb? Is it green, brown, or blue spaces you enjoy? Do you …

3 Virtual Ways to Visit Public Gardens This Spring

Just because you’re planted at home, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the blossoming beauty of spring gardens!  You may have heard of the Garden For Wildlife program, …

Line 5 Deterioration Violates Public Trust & Safety

Committing to Equity in a Time of Crisis

Five Ways the Census Impacts Environmental Justice

QUIZ: Room to Roam

We have an exciting opportunity to help native wildlife in the western United States. From bison to grizzly bears and bighorn sheep, wildlife regularly face serious threats when they come …

Species of Concern Across America: Find Your State

As we mark the 15th anniversary of Endangered Species Day and celebrate the biodiversity around us, let’s take a look at some of the most threatened species in each state …

Colleges and Universities Stop 380 Million Plastic Bottles From Going to the Landfill

Close to 300 U.S. and Canadian campuses recycled, donated, and composted 48.6 million pounds of waste and cut out more than 380 million plastic bottles from the waste stream during …

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