ob comes to NWF from Wildlife Education Ltd., where he was the president and CEO for over eight years.
Changes Overdue to Ensure Wildlife Protection, Fair Return on Public Resources
On the six-year anniversary of the Enbridge oil disaster near Kalamazoo, MI, NWF is calling on Michigan leaders to follow through on commitments to shut down risky 63-year-old pipelines
National Coalition Urges Feds to Follow Moab Management Plan With More
$62 Million Settlement and Requirements for Basic Inspections and Maintenance Won’t Deter Future Negligence
The House passed H.R. 5538, the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017
The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) announced today it is recommending development of New York’s first ever offshore wind farm
More than thirty sportsmen organizations sent a letter to the RNC and DNC encouraging them to support America’s public lands
Energy bill passed by the MA Senate commits to enough offshore wind power to launch the nation’s industry
U.S Department of Interior rule will better assess market-value of fossil fuels extracted from public lands
60 groups representing hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers sent a letter to Governor Cuomo calling for investments in offshore wind
Denver Zoo will be the 200,000th National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat®
The Senate Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on a discussion draft bill to ensure adequate funding to fight forest fires and improve forest management.
The Braum’s kid’s meal program was distributed to nearly 300 stores across the country.
Today, President Obama signed historic legislation that modernizes the 40-year-old Toxic Substances Control Act.
Federation Also Approves Resolutions and Awards Malheur Manager