Conservation

Finding Common Ground, Share Solutions for Lower Snake River Salmon, Communities

Our shared interests in Washington and throughout the Columbia and Snake River Basins are greater than the issues that divide us. In fact, a new report from Governor Jay Inslee …

Eight Wildlife Wins on our Public Lands and Waters

We share the world with wildlife and we have a responsibility to ensure that it thrives into the future. But some sobering news came earlier this year, when the United …

A Path to Conservation

Wind was whipping—blowing snow into our faces as we trudged the stair-master into the sky. The sensation of being hot and cold simultaneously was overwhelming. The gusting gale was enough …

An EcoLeader’s Perspective

Last month, 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 NWF EcoLeader …

Opening up the Tongass is a Lose-Lose Proposition

The U.S. Forest Service has announced its intention to lift Roadless Rule protections on the Tongass National Forest. Removing these safeguards will have devastating consequences on both the wildlife and …

Keeping Manatees Warm this Winter

While Florida might not have colorful leaves or crisp evenings to mark the changing seasons, autumn does have a special transition of its own: manatee migration. As water temperatures cool, …

8 Facts You Didn’t Know About America’s Everglades — And Why We Must Restore this Incredible Place

America’s Everglades is a subtropical wetland ecosystem spanning 1.5 million acres across south Florida. Known as a biodiversity hotspot, the Everglades is filled with an abundance of wildlife and is …

5 Reasons We Must Keep Roads Out of Our Last Wild Lands

There are some places in the United States that are too special to be carved up by roads. These are wild, untamed swaths of public lands where birds can fly, …

Menhaden: Why We Should Be Thankful for this Tiny Fish

Breaking: In a winter win for wildlife, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross instituted a moratorium on Atlantic menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay after years of overfishing by Omega Protein. This …

Protecting Bighorn Sheep in the Elk Range of Colorado

Rising high above the towns of Aspen, Carbondale and Marble, Colorado is the Elk Range, some of the highest and most rugged mountains in the United States. There are the …

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