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National Wildlife Federation sues feds over pipeline
The NWF had been issuing warnings last year that it intended to sue over the pipeline owned by Enbridge Energy Inc. The environmental group has also clashed with the government about its $177 million settlement proposal with Enbridge Energy over the ...
Become a National Wildlife Federation Habitat Steward
The National Wildlife Federation is offering a specialized training program to teach King County residents to help others create and restore wildlife habitat in backyards, schoolyards and other private and public areas.
National Wildlife Federation certifies new wildlife habitat in Portola
The National Wildlife Federation, America's largest wildlife conservation and education organization, recognized Sierra Nevada Journeys' campus at Grizzly Creek Ranch in Portola for successfully creating a Certified Wildlife Habitat through its Garden ...
National Ecological Foundation Gifts Assets To Tennessee Wildlife Federation
“In 1995 we had the opportunity to establish the state's first wetlands mitigation bank, and we've worked closely with the Tennessee Wildlife Federation through all of it. We are longtime supporters of the Federation and have admired their conservation ...
Fewer Florida hard freezes could benefit invasive species
In the 1980s, freezes that killed off mangroves also "cold-stunned" hundreds of sea turtles in the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, which surrounds NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Sea turtles grow lethargic in cold weather. Their hypothermic ...
Facts About Bumblebees
Their wings beat 130 times or more per second, according to the National Wildlife Federation, and the beating combined with their large bodies vibrates flowers until they release pollen, which is called buzz pollination.
Applications Due for NWF 'Cover Crop Champions'
The National Wildlife Federation is accepting applications from farmers and conservation professionals who are interested in promoting cover crops and providing region-specific information to other growers and crop advisors.
No approval yet, but work on Great Canara Trails starts
Work on the controversial 'Great Canara Trails' is going on unchecked though clearance from national wildlife preservation bodies and the National Tiger Conservation Authority is yet to arrive.
Bell's Brewery, Shepler's Ferry form group to oppose Enbridge Line 5
Entrepreneurs from across the state, including representatives of the craft beer, food and tourism industries, and national outdoor retailer Patagonia, announced the formation of The Great Lakes Business Network Wednesday. The group intends to spur ...
Michigan business owners take aim at oil pipelines to protect environment ...  Crain's Detroit Business
Businesses Band Together In New Group Against Enbridge Oil Pipeline  9&10 News
Greens Challenge Fed Pipeline Spill Plans
(CN) - The National Wildlife Federation is challenging the federal government's approval of plans to deal with oil pipeline spills in Michigan, Wisconsin and Canada.