Garden Design

Weedy to Wonderful

By Janet Marinelli

Creating a wildlife-friendly garden that even the neatnik neighbors can love

Going Native

Going Native

By Barry Yeoman

Exotic garden plants can wreak unexpected havoc with indigenous species and ecosystems

Skunks

Skunks: Notorious—or Not?

By Lynne Warren

Reeking reputation aside, skunks are full of surprises, as science is showing

Dirt

More Than Dirt

By Kristin Ohlson

Science is showing how healthy soil can help save the planet—and how we can all help improve what lies beneath our feet

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Features

Wildlife Gardening

Rain Garden

Gardening for Wildlife: Corralling the Rain

Rain gardens offer a natural solution to runoff pollution.

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PhotoZone

Pika

NWF Members Matter

Whether they make their homes on the plains, in rivers, in backyards, in the mountains, or on the Arctic tundra, the animals highlighted in this photo gallery are supported by our members in many ways every day.

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Animals

bighorn sheep

Keeping Public Lands Public

NWF and its affiliates mobilize sportsmen and other outdoor enthusiasts to fight state efforts to seize public lands.

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Birds & Birding

Home on the Sage

A historic effort to conserve sagebrush habitat helps keep the greater sage-grouse off the U.S. endangered species list.

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