June 21, 2016 //NWF and Allied world released a report entitled "Natural Defenses in Action: Harnessing Nature to Protect Our Communities."
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
Energy bill passed by the MA House of Representatives includes a nationally significant commitment to offshore wind power
NWF has received the Climate Adaptation Leadership Award
Environmental groups are applauding the Cuomo Administration
U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced it will offer over 80,000 acres of federal waters for lease for offshore wind energy development
NWF officially unveils the new design for its iconic and beloved wildlife ambassador, Ranger Rick
Ohioans Weigh In On Public Lands
"A historic opportunity to reform the badly-broken Toxic Substances Control Act"
Victory For Vieques Wildlife Refuge: Transfer Provision Omitted From Puerto Rico Debt Bill
Groups urge U.S. Senate to protect communities, environment, and economy from ballast water invaders
Congressional negotiators have agreed to a historic deal to modernize the 40-year-old Toxic Substances Control Act.