Trees for Wildlife

Trees for Wildlife Program Helps Recovery After Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael slammed the Florida Panhandle on October 10, 2018, as a category 5 storm. “I lost numerous large oak trees,” Lynn Artz, a resident of Wakulla County, Florida, recalled. …

Giving Tuesday – Trees for Wildlife

How Do Trees Help Nature and Wildlife? Trees absorb pollutants through their leaves. In fact, one tree can absorb more than a ton of carbon dioxide in its lifetime! They …

Celebrate Great Outdoors Month and Great American Campout

We, at the National Wildlife Federation, believe that connecting kids and families to nature is essential to the future of wildlife and wildlife conservation. Great Outdoors Month and the Great …

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QUIZ: Show Us What You Know About Trees and Wildlife

Are you up for a challenge? We’ve put together a quiz with some tricky tree and wildlife questions from our wildlife experts. Do you have what it takes to match …

Green Schools in Oregon: Growing Trees and Trout

One Day, More than 6,000 Trees for Wildlife

Trees for Wildlife – The Gift that Keeps Giving

Riddle Me This: Who Depends on Trees?

Wildlife rely on trees for many things, including food and shelter. For many years, our Trees for Wildlife program has helped communities plant native trees for their local wildlife. For this …

Meet the Trees

Trees are an investment — in wildlife, in people, in the future of our planet. For wildlife, they can provide food, water, cover, and places to raise young. For people, …

Giving A Community Trees for Wildlife

I contacted various organizations in North Florida near our office in Tallahassee, and the Iris Club of Wakulla County replied that they were eager to participate. Since 2004, the Iris …

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