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Wildlife Center of Virginia certified as official National Wildlife Federation ...
NWF celebrates the efforts of Headwaters Master Naturalists, Area Master Gardeners and volunteers to create a garden space that improves habitat for birds, butterflies, frogs and other wildlife by providing essential elements needed by all wildlife ...
National Wildlife Federation Official Takes Helm Of Student Conservation ...
Ms. Matyas is the former executive vice president and chief operating officer of the National Wildlife Federation. She joined NWF in 1993, creating its first corporate marketing department and rising through the ranks to hold a series of senior positions.
Watchung School in Montclair Joins National Wildlife Federation's Eco-Schools ...
MONTCLAIR, NJ - Watchung School Joins National Wildlife Federation's Eco-Schools USA Program, making it the 9th Eco-School in Essex County, NJ.
Lima Township church has land certified as wildlife habitat by National ...
The Very Rev. Gregory Joyce stands in front of a hay field that will one day house a new sanctuary for St. Vladmir Russian Orthodox Church, 9900 Jackson Road.
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State wildlife federation convention coming to Aberdeen
The South Dakota Wildlife Federation's 69th annual convention will be hosted by the Sportsman's Club of Brown County.
Nibley trying to become first Utah city certified by National Wildlife Federation
Vonda Norman said she had her home certified because of her concern for pollinators and that the process was a lot simpler than most think.
Greens warn climate change could ruin 'outdoor' experience
Climate change is making ticks, mosquitoes and poison ivy more prevalent, jeopardizing the outdoor experience, according to a new report.
Climate change means more bugs, slimy ponds  USA TODAY
Scratch That Itch: How Climate Change is Bugging NC  Public News Service
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National Wildlife Foundation Shows Officials, Media Situation At Toledo Water ...
A group of local and national officials took a boat ride to the algal bloom near the City of Toledo's water intake facility in Western Lake Erie.
Sheehan Serves as NWF Campus Ecology Fellow
For the last year University of Minnesota, Morris student Tim Sheehan '16, Minneapolis, has served as a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Campus Ecology Fellow. One of three New Energy Solutions Fellows in the United States, Sheehan has worked to ...
Pests that may prosper during climate change detailed in NWF report
Deer ticks, tiger mosquitoes and other outdoor pests are expected to flourish as climate change further develops over the coming years.