August 19, 2014 // Toxic algae outbreaks like the one that poisoned drinking water in Lake Erie are just one of many summer threats being worsened by manmade climate change, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation.
"The regulations released today are a positive step on the long journey to improve the health of the Gulf."
Former Interior Secretary Salazar, NWF CEO and affiliates say keep public lands public
By reviving an ancient practice—cover crops—American farmers are creating a niche market in Rural America
"We all have a part to play to ensure that people and wildlife have clean air, clean water, and healthy places to live."
"We are encouraged by the continued support for the current rulemaking process that will ultimately result in better protections for America's waters."
'With some simple improvements, a strong program can be even better.'
National coalition says renewable energy measures will help protect wildlife, public lands with thoughtful planning and revenue for conservation
Urge the EPA to stop the proposed Pebble Mine for brown bears and wild salmon. >>