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The Great Outdoors is a Great Classroom—Especially in the Age of COVID-19

When the National Wildlife Federation launched a new program to connect Detroit high school students with the great outdoors last year, we had several goals in mind: Connect urban youth …

Virtually Migrate through Texas with Pollinators

Every spring and fall, hundreds of species migrate through Texas – many of which are pollinators such as birds and butterflies. Pollinators are organisms that move pollen from one flower …

The Worldwide Web of EcoCareers: A resource for job seekers

If you’re anything like me, you’ve scoured the internet hundreds ー if not thousands ー of times looking for green jobs in your field. You’ve bookmarked a few specialty job …

ECHO Q&A: Rocky Mountain Children’s Discovery Center

Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) is a National Wildlife Federation program that emphasizes the need for our youngest children to have daily, quality access to nature. Today, the amount of …

Reducing Student Stress through Nature

Reeling in Salmon Stewards

Brooklyn Students Build Beaver Dams

Confluence of Young Conservation Leaders – Hope for the Future

In early November, National Wildlife Federation’s EcoLeaders program, an initiative dedicated to leadership and career development for young people passionate about futures in Conservation and Sustainability career sectors, sent three …

The Monarchs Are Here!

Schools in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio and Houston have been working with the National Wildlife Federation’s Monarch Heroes program to create monarch gardens on their school campuses that provide the …

Learn about Wildlife Adaptations with NWF’s Climate Classroom Kids!

Did you know, on the snow and ice, polar bears’ large paws work like snowshoes? Even though a polar bear can weigh as much as a small car, they can …

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