March, 2021

portraits of Smith and Mulinex

Two Women Leading the Fight for Clean Water

As Women’s History Month draws to a close, the leadership and advocacy of two women honored this year with the National Wildlife Federation’s Ohio Women in Conservation Award can serve …

Group zoom high-five during the Scholars Session at the 2020 Women in Conservation Leadership Summit.

Lessons Learned from the 2020 Women in Conservation Leadership Summit

This Women’s History Month the National Wildlife Federation is sharing a few highlights from the 2020 Women in Conservation Leadership Summit, in which nearly 700 women from around the world …

Three images, black bear, gray wolf, bison

New Montana Legislation Is a Threat to Wildlife

Montana has captivated the wonder of people for generations with some of the most iconic landscapes and wildlife – many of which people have only seen in zoos. But that’s …

Dr. Mamie Parker at Great Falls Park in Virginia.

Dr. Mamie Parker Leads the Way for Women in Conservation

Dr. Mamie Parker credits women for her rise through the ranks of male-dominated wildlife agencies—starting with her mother. Growing up as one of 11 children in the segregated south, Parker …

National Wildlife Federation President and CEO Collin O'mara with Mayor Francis Slay of St Louis announcing the launch of the Mayors' Monarch Pledge in 2015.

How to Issue Wildlife-Friendly Proclamations in Your Community

riparian bush rabbit in vegetation

Devastated by Disease

image 1, family hiking, image 2, butterfly, image 3, volunteers working outdoors

A New Bill Addresses America’s Disproportionate Pollution Problem

bald eagle

The Leaders We Need to Address the Wildlife Crisis and the Climate Crisis are Here

Our wildlife and lands face unprecedented challenges from the effects of climate change, toxic pollutants flowing into our air and water, energy development, mismanagement of natural resources, and worsening natural …

Ducks at Seney National Wildlife Refuge Photo by Courtney Celley/USFWS.

2021 Great Lakes Region Agenda for Congress:

As the new Congress gets down to business after a bitter election—and post-election—that featured outright assaults on our democracy, we’re hearing a lot of talk about the need to unite …

Sportfishing client holds up large catch on boat in the Great Lakes.

Michigan’s Outdoor Recreation Future and Climate Change

Nobody needs to tell Lake Michigan charter fishing boat Captain Denny Grinold that the climate is changing. “Last year I had to cancel 59 trips due to windy days or …

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