environmental justice

Education Newsletter Fall 2022

Hello, from the National Wildlife Federation’s Education Team In this issue, you’ll read about an inspirational mural in Texas, environmental justice and youth leadership in New York, and a nationwide … Read more

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Want to Start a Compost Collective? Learn from Haki!

Compost, also referred to as black gold, is an earthfall blend of food scraps, leaves, mulch, and woodchips that combine to create a dark black soil-like mixture that contains the … Read more

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The Environmental Justice for All Act: To the Republic for Which it Stands

The Pledge of Allegiance asks that citizens pay tribute to the American flag, a symbol of “the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for … Read more

Education Newsletter Summer 2022

Hello, from the National Wildlife Federation’s Education Team As we start to think about heading back to school, we’re excited to share stories about two programs that have kept us … Read more

Choose Clean Water Coalition meeting

Reviving, Restoring, and Reimagining Clean Water 

After three years of postponing, it finally happened. The Choose Clean Water Coalition held a conference in Richmond, VA focusing on current issues involving Chesapeake Bay restoration. The intention was … Read more

salmon in Nooksack River, WA.

Measuring Conservation & Community Stewardship

NWF EcoLeader Community Research Fellowship As a doctoral student in urban planning and public policy with a focus on environmental policy and community stewardship, finding ways to strengthen community-academic partnerships … Read more

Eagle Summit, Steese National Conservation Area, Alaska

Sustaining the Next Generation of Environmentalists

The NWF EcoLeaders and EcoCareers programs are integral to achieving the National Wildlife Federation’s goal of uplifting the next generation of environmentalists. By providing an online community, career center, and … Read more

community impacted by hurricane

Recovery and Resilience on Louisiana’s Coast

On August 29, 2021, Hurricane Ida struck southeast Louisiana as a Category 4 storm with 150 mph winds. It ties Hurricane Laura (2020) and The Last Island Hurricane (1856) as … Read more

Education Newsletter Winter 2022

Hello, from the National Wildlife Federation’s Education Team Across the country, the National Wildlife Federation’s education program leaders, educators, and students are finding creative ways to engage their communities and … Read more

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A Day On, Not a Day Off

Back in 2002, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was gaining momentum as the first of its kind service holiday, and it was dubbed nationwide as “A Day On, Not a … Read more