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Call to Action For Red Wolves: “We Cannot Turn Our Back on a Native Species”

There are fewer than 40 red wolves left in the wild—freely roaming the forests and marshes of eastern North Carolina.  Almost 20,000 Americans sent messages calling on the U.S. Fish …

Hurricane Florence: Climate, Coastal Inaction Leaves Us Vulnerable

As Hurricane Florence grows and churns toward the Carolina coast, the National Wildlife Federation is working with our state affiliates along the Carolinas and Atlantic coast to map out the …

Methane Rule Rollback Jeopardizes Wildlife

By rolling back critical environmental safeguards that prevent methane pollution, the Trump Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency is once again selling out to the oil and gas industry. Methane is one …

Bringing the Joy of the Forest to the City

Recent child development studies have shed light on the benefits of children’s exposure to nature, and the importance that early exposure to the natural world has on creating adults who …

10 Ways National Wildlife Federation Education Programs Are Helping Wildlife

Breaking Routines: Outdoor Learning in Texas School Districts

When Nature and Digital Screens Click

How Spending Time Outdoors Can Boost Student Academic Potential

School is back, and with it come parents’ concerns for their child’s academic performance. Parents want what is best for their kids and, in order to ensure a successful future, …

Connecting Underserved Families with Nature

Connecting underserved families with nature through camping The National Wildlife Federation Seattle Office offered two Great American Campout events this summer to engage 300 campers from historically underrepresented and underserved …

The Untold Tale of the Tortoise & the Hare

A well-known Aesop’s Fable is the Tortoise and the Hare, an account between unequal partners, a slow tortoise, and a swift hare. But there’s a lesser-known story that we’ll be …

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