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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

Today, more than ever before, school-related stress is taking a toll on the physical and emotional health of our students. From standardized tests, to bullying, to increasingly rigorous safety drills, …

Reeling in Salmon Stewards

How do you transform children into wildlife stewards? By giving them an opportunity to foster animals at school. While many teachers opt for a furry class pet – an adorable …

Brooklyn Students Build Beaver Dams

In December 2017, Diane Corrigan – a wildlife enthusiast and early childhood science teacher at PS 179 in Brooklyn – came upon an article about how a family of beavers …

Confluence of Young Conservation Leaders – Hope for the Future

The Monarchs Are Here!

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

MI Student Earth Day Photos

On campuses and in communities everywhere the fight against fossil fuels is ramping up. It seems like everyday I hear more news about students holding eye-catching events to ask their …

Michigan Students Urge Fossil Fuel Divestment at Universities

NWF’s Campus Ecology team provides resources and and support to students on more than 1,000 campuses each year, helping them move their campuses toward more renewable energy and sustainable practices. …

Initiating Sustainability through the Production of Biodiesel Fuels

In the not too distant future, Piedmont Community College’s (PCC) lawn mowers and yard equipment could be powered by biodiesel fuels produced from cooking oils used in the College’s snack …

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