December, 2020

Three monarchs feed on blazing star.

Communities & Wildlife: Year in Review

The National Wildlife Federation’s Community Wildlife Habitat™, Trees for Wildlife™, Mayors’ Monarch Pledge™, and Sacred Grounds™ programs partner with cities, towns, municipalities, and places of worship to promote community-driven conservation …

A group of elk in front of a snowy backdrop, with one elk front and center.

Nine Wildlife Wins in 2020

It’s true that the past year has been dominated by headlines of gloom and doom. The disruption, uncertainty, and extreme hardship that has resulted from the global pandemic and economic …

A moose cow and calf lay in the snow.

Protecting our Great Northwoods

Stretching across millions of acres north of the 45th parallel in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, our Great Northwoods is one of the most revered places on the continent. These ecologically-rich …

The Elwha: A Roadmap for River Restoration Across the Northwest Region

The Elwha. The story of the majestic river that bears this name, located on the northern tip of Washington’s Olympic National Park, is one that is all too common today. …

Five Actionable Ways Municipalities Can Support Black, Latinx and Indigenous…

Bipartisan Defense Bill Begins to Address Toxic PFAS Chemicals

An eastern chickadee perched on a snowy branch

Energy Efficiency: A Win for Wildlife, Your Wallet, and Public…

Great blue heron at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge

Three Cheers for 50 Years: Celebrating the EPA’s Dedication to Health and the Environment

The mid twentieth century brought about a change in the American mindset. Scientists like Rachel Carson and Margaret Murie began to sound the alarm about the dangers of synthetic pesticides, …

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Education Newsletter December/January 2021

As we began the 2020 school year, we leaned heavily on our ability to adapt. Educators, students, and staff around the country worked to adapt to new learning and teaching …

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