Generations of Environmentalists Protecting the Four Generations of Monarchs

Habitat Loss and Declining Monarch Populations Land degradation and climate change are two of the most pressing environmental issues facing communities, ecosystems, and species all around the world. The migratory monarch … Read more

Earth Tomorrow Houston Leadership Campout Builds on EJ Principles

Last year, Earth Tomorrow relaunched in Houston with its Summer Institute, a week-long summer intensive program for students to expand their knowledge on local environmental issues, build personal skills, and … Read more

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Academics Afield: Arming Students with Safe Hunting Practices

Hunting is integral in wildlife conservation—from connecting people with nature to managing animal populations—and since 1936, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) has been a driving force that supports hunting and … Read more

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ECHO Elevates the Field at Local and National Conferences

Professional conferences provide a platform for like-minded organizations and professionals to come together to advance communication and collaboration around shared priorities that help shape the future of any given field. … Read more

Restoring Longleaf Pine in the Hoke Community Forest

In the North Carolina Sandhills stands Hoke Community Forest, over 500 acres of protected forest land belongs to the citizens of Hoke County. This forest has historically sat idle and … Read more

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The Solar Eclipse and Wildlife

On Monday, April 8, Americans from coast to coast will have their eyes turned to the skies. But as this year’s solar eclipse approaches totality, they shouldn’t forget to look … Read more

Exploring Wilmington’s Journey to Environmental Stewardship

Welcome to Sacred Grounds Wilmington, DE: where faith communities and environmental stewardship converge. Join us in celebrating the triumphs, learning from the challenges, and nurturing the seeds of change that … Read more

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Low-Tech, High Reward

The National Wildlife Federation, The Nature Conservancy, and Blackfoot Challenge teamed up with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to host a stream restoration workshop in the fall of 2023 … Read more

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Longleaf for All

Eleven international leaders in natural resource management, environmental advocacy, and working with marginalized communities traveled from Atlanta to Southeast Georgia on November 10th, 2023, to learn from forestry and wildlife … Read more

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Engaging Communities on Climate Change

For many of us, thinking about climate change, sea level rise, and what lies ahead can be overwhelming. Oftentimes, people don’t take action because they’re not sure where to start … Read more