Environmental Education

National Wildlife Federation: 85 Years Advancing Conservation

In February 1936, 2,000 conservationists, hunters, farmers, gardeners, and other outdoor enthusiasts met in Washington, D.C. for the first North American Wildlife Conference. With wildlife populations declining, they united their …

Earth Tomorrow Peer Mentors - Summer Institute 2019

Earth Tomorrow Virtual Summer Series takes on Leadership, Social Justice, and Nature

NWF hosts two programs for high school students interested in learning more about the environment, gaining leadership skills, enjoying the natural world, and tackling environmental justice issues – Earth Tomorrow …

The Earth of a Child

When my wife was pregnant, friends and family were quick to point out how much my world was going to change. They were right. Habits, sleep, and the simple routines …

NWF Eco-Schools USA is Turning 10!

It’s a new year, and what better way to start than with an anniversary celebration! It’s been ten years since the National Wildlife Federation became host and operator of the …

Alcoa W5 program Helps Massena Elementary Schools Earn Eco-Schools Recognition!

Mother and son at the Philadelphia Water Works

Five Places to Escape the Democratic National Convention

GLOBE Boot Camp Fosters STEM Learning

New Outdoor Childcare Regulations Enacted in Texas

We have a new policy leader in early childhood environmental education: The Texas Workforce Commission. That’s right. This spring, following behind the scenes advocacy by National Wildlife Federation and our partners at …

Students at PS 57 Conduct a 14-Month Water Quality Study

March 17–23 is National Wildlife Week, and this year’s theme is water, specifically people and wildlife’s shared need for clean water. In keeping with this year’s theme, Junior Scientists and Junior …

NWF’s Na’Taki Osborne Jelks Honored with White House Champions of Change Award

The Obama Administration selected Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, manager of Education and Advocacy Programs in National Wildlife Federation’s Atlanta office, as one of 14 White House Champions of Change for her outstanding work …

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