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Eco-Schools USA April Newsletter

Ecological Resilience The capacity of an ecosystem to respond to disturbances by resisting damage and recovering quickly. Daily, National Wildlife Federation staff work to support resilience projects that will lead …

The Gravity of Our Climate Situation

RiSC teachers are passionate about climate and resilience education. One particular example is middle school STEM teacher Sarah Slack of Brooklyn, who joined the RiSC program in 2019. In January …

Eco-Schools USA March Newsletter

Eco-Schools USA March Newsletter

Climate change is ravaging our shared world, yet the voices uplifted aren’t those of climate refugees or of frontlines land defenders. We rarely hear from indigenous peoples, the holders of …

Eco-Schools USA February Newsletter

Abolitionist Teaching The practice of working in solidarity with communities of color while drawing on the imagination, the creativity, the refusal, (re)membering, visionary thinking, healing, rebellious spirit, boldness, determination and …

Niagara County, New York’s Next Generation of Environmental Leaders

Got Salmon Eggs?

Eco-Schools USA December/January Newsletter

Celebrating 10 Years of Eco-Schools USA

What a decade! Over the last 10 years, shared stories of success from students and educators have highlighted the positive impacts from the National Wildlife Federation’s Eco-Schools USA program. Beyond …

Eco-Schools USA November Newsletter

“What we practice on a small scale sets the patterns for the whole system.” ~Adrienne Maree Brown As 2019 slows down and we look forward to upcoming breaks and quality …

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