Reports and Fact Sheets
Virginia's Climate Vulnerability Assessment
How Climate Data Can Inform Management and Conservation
Counting Cover Crops
New National Wildlife Federation report provides overview, success stories of cover crop use in the United States today.
Clean Water Grows
Across the United States, 41,509 water bodies are considered too polluted to meet water quality standards. Read about six successful cover crop outreach efforts.
Climate-Smart Coastal Impoundments
Replacing Functions and Calues of Coasts and Wildlife as a Result of Sea-Level Rise.
No More Drilling in the Dark
Exposing the Hazards of Natural Gas Production and Protecting America's Drinking Water and Wildlife Habitats
Offshore Wind in the Atlantic
Growing Momentum for Jobs, Energy Independence, Clean Air, and Wildlife Protection
Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Habitats
The anticipated effects of future sea-level rise on the Chesapeake Bay's coastal habitats and wildlife.
A Paradise Lost for Hunters, Anglers and Outdoor Enthusiasts?
Global warming is already affecting fish and wildlife in the Chesapeake Bay, threatening our outdoor traditions.
The Chesapeake Bay watershed is the largest estuary in the United States.
Its rich abundance of fish and wildlife and its rivers, creeks, and tributaries that provide ecological, historical, and cultural assets are facing significant challenges.
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