women in conservation

Dr. Mamie Parker at Great Falls Park in Virginia.

Dr. Mamie Parker Leads the Way for Women in Conservation

Dr. Mamie Parker credits women for her rise through the ranks of male-dominated wildlife agencies—starting with her mother. Growing up as one of 11 children in the segregated south, Parker …

Breaking Ground: Pioneering Women in Botany & Public Horticulture

“Every community should have a place in which people may spend their leisure time, where they will be brought in direct contact with things of beauty and interest in the …

Women in Hunting and Fishing: Artemis

Women are the fastest growing demographic in hunting and fishing. They enter the field with a deep appreciation of our heritage and a passion to care for the wildlife and …

NWF’s Leading Ladies Lend Advice on How to Achieve Success in the Conservation World

As Women’s History Month draws to a close, the National Wildlife Federation wishes to honor a few of our own and share these talented ladies’ advice for how to achieve …

Celebrating Outstanding Women in Conservation

March is Women in History month and the National Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Region is celebrating by convening and honoring some of the most influential women in conservation out West: …

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Artemis Sportswomen’s Coalition Launching Soon

The National Wildlife Federation and the Rocky Mountain Regional Center are proud to announce that we are launching Artemis, a sportswomen’s coalition, to bring a powerful and underrepresented voice to …

Women in History: Conservation Leaders

March is Women in History month and the National Wildlife Federation is celebrating by honoring five women who have made invaluable contributions to conservation in the United States and across …

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