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Swimming with Salmon, Splashing with Beavers

Preparing for our beaver pond vigil, Professor Phil Brick expressed some doubt that a group of nearly two dozen lively and excited college students would be able to sit silently …

Students Make a Hands-on Difference for Monarchs!

Close to 20,000 school children from Minnesota to Texas are digging in deep to restore monarch butterfly and pollinator habitat.  In some cases, students had never grown flowers from seed …

Bringing the Joy of the Forest to the City

Recent child development studies have shed light on the benefits of children’s exposure to nature, and the importance that early exposure to the natural world has on creating adults who …

10 Ways National Wildlife Federation Education Programs Are Helping Wildlife

The beginning of a new school year is the perfect time to celebrate the many ways that the education programs of the National Wildlife Federation are supporting wildlife. Our tools …

Breaking Routines: Outdoor Learning in Texas School Districts

When Nature and Digital Screens Click

How Spending Time Outdoors Can Boost Student Academic Potential

The Green Team Superheroes of Wilmot Elementary School

They started the school year off as just fourteen students but ended as a group of Superheroes! The student-led Green Team – created last year – focuses on leadership and hands-on …

Connecting Underserved Families with Nature

Connecting underserved families with nature through camping The National Wildlife Federation Seattle Office offered two Great American Campout events this summer to engage 300 campers from historically underrepresented and underserved …

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, …

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