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National Wildlife Federation: Sound Science Underpins Clean Water Rule
Collin O'Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, issued the following statement: “Nearly one-third of all Americans and thousands of species of fish and wildlife depend upon clean water from at-risk streams and wetlands that will ...
Arkansans laud water-rule injunction  Arkansas Online
Bison numbers surge in Yellowstone National Park
“If we can do it in Yellowstone, we should be able to do it in many more places,” said Kit Fischer, an outreach coordinator in the National Wildlife Federation's Missoula, Mont., office. “But we still haven't figured out how to deal with bison in the ...
Port Republic Youngster Selected as Photo Contest Winner by National Wildlife ...
The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and its treasured children's publication, Ranger Rick, are proud to announce that Ben Springer, 12, of Port Republic, MD, is a recent winner of the “Your Best Shots” photo contest.
Lone Oaks Farm: A 'labor of love'
Scott is a past recipient of the Land Conservationist of the Year Award given by the National Wildlife Federation and the Tennessee Conservation League.
How Hurricane Katrina Redrew the Gulf Coast
“Hurricanes are natural events, so in a perfect world they do not cause ecological problems—they are part of the ecology,” says David Muth, director of the National Wildlife Federation's Gulf Restoration Project. “But in altered ecosystems and ...
New Orleans hurricane defences rely on swamps as much as levees
New Orleans recovery entrenches inequality critics say  euronews
EMU's Green Monster: New irrigation on baseball field improves playing surface ...
The year it was built, the cistern project won an award for best green campus projects from the National Wildlife Federation. When the cistern is dry, irrigation is supplied by the city of Harrisonburg. Additional improvements may extend the irrigation ...
Gray wolves return to California after nearly a century
Today, gray wolves have populations in Alaska, northern Michigan, northern Wisconsin, western Montana, northern Idaho, northeast Oregon and the Yellowstone area of Wyoming, according to the National Wildlife Federation. Mexican wolves, a subspecies ...
Bob Hodge: After elk came to Hatfield Knob, people followed
Thanks to the Tennessee Wildlife Federation there's plenty of information via interpretive signs that are on the trail from the parking area to the viewing tower.
EPA: Clean water rule in effect despite court ruling
Federal environmental regulators' attempt to revise a key provision in the landmark Clean Water Act were dealt a setback by a judge, blocking the regulation in 13 states involved in a lawsuit.
EPA water rule takes effect in some states  The Hill
Judge blocks EPA's Clean Water Rule -- but maybe only in 13 states  San Francisco Business Times
Monarch Butterflies Are Getting Wiped Out in Mexico and the US
"Even though the actual trees that the monarchs are using are not being cut down, the adjacent illegal logging is having that ripple effect," David Mizejewski, a naturalist with the National Wildlife Federation, told VICE News. "It's one of those ...
As pesticides wipe out Monarch butterflies in the US, illegal logging is ...  Washington Post