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Keep Collier Beautiful, National Wildlife Federation celebrate National ...
Naples, Florida (October 20, 2014) - In honor of National Planting Day, Keep Collier Beautiful and the National Wildlife Federation have partnered up to provide Collier County residents with 2,500 free Florida-native trees. Collier County residents can ...
Wildlife Federation to Honor Conservation Heroes
Collin O'Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, will speak at the banquet. Before joining the national federation in July, O'Mara was secretary of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, where he ...
Delaware emerging as a leader in urban wildlife habitat
I've been in my new job for a few months now at the National Wildlife Federation. Crisscrossing the country, I've been inspired by the great conservation work underway.
Wildlife Federation honors Chesterfield
The city of Chesterfield has received recognition from the National Wildlife Federation on its 10th anniversary of becoming certified as a community wildlife habitat.
National Wildlife Federation Invites College Students to Compete to Reduce
"By inspiring thousands of students across the U.S. to take action to reduce energy and water use on campus, Campus Conservation Nationals, supports the National Wildlife Federation's mission to foster the next generation of student leaders for ...
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A call for action on Vermont endangered species
Collin O'Mara, president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, gave the keynote address at the a symposium to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act at the ECHO Center in Burlington on Thursday.
VT Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Endangered Species Act  My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
Conservation groups discuss Endangered Species Act  WCAX
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Robinson woman turns yard into wildlife habitat
She can just stroll into her backyard, which was certified by the National Wildlife Federation as a wildlife habitat. �What we do in our yards does make a difference.
Outdoor briefs
The National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard Habitat Program and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are partnering with schools to establish schoolyard habitats near national wildlife refuges.
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Zombie versus bear: Which beast wins?
It makes the woods seem like a particularly dangerous place during a zombie apocalypse, but the National Wildlife Federation has some good news for people planning to flee into the forest to escape the biters. Bears might be some of our greatest allies.
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Forget Drill-and-Kill: Freeze Tag Might Be the Real Key to Student Achievement
Perhaps most surprising, the National Wildlife Federation endorsed the �restore recess� campaign. In a statement on its website, the NWF declares that �as many as thirty percent of elementary schools�nine million kids�do not have daily school recess ...