South Central Regional Center

Twenty Miles to Wild Arkansas

Twenty miles from Little Rock, Arkansas, is the remote Flatside Wilderness area. Filled with diverse plants and animals on more than 9,507 acres, this incredible place became one of the …

Big Plans for a Tiny Island

In the Gulf of Mexico, the National Wildlife Federation works to identify and advocate for sound investment of money from the BP oil spill settlement into restoration projects that will …

Good News for Eastern Monarch Butterfly Population

The latest numbers for the eastern monarch butterfly population have just been released and posted by Monarch Watch, and there’s some good news to report. The species has experienced a precipitous decline …

A Storm of Controversy Over A Hurricane Protection Plan in Texas

More than six million people call the greater Houston metro area home. The busy Houston Ship Channel supports the nation’s largest petrochemical complex. If a powerful hurricane made landfall here, …

From the Swamp to the Superdome: Students Connect the Coast…

Wins for Wildlife in Water Bill

7 Ways Congress Could Help Safeguard Communities, Wildlife From Hurricanes

Students Make a Hands-on Difference for Monarchs!

Close to 20,000 school children from Minnesota to Texas are digging in deep to restore monarch butterfly and pollinator habitat. In some cases, students had never grown flowers from seed …

Breaking Routines: Outdoor Learning in Texas School Districts

The new school year is here and teachers at nearly 600 Texas schools certified as National Wildlife Federation Schoolyard Habitats are poised to create memorable outdoor learning experiences for their …

Toxic Green Slime & Dead Fish as Far as the Eye Can See

Southwest Florida is currently being hit not by one, but by two, massive outbreaks of toxic algae. It could take many years for these systems to fully recover. The National Wildlife …

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