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Global Warming News
New NWF Report: Summer Pests like Ticks, Mosquitoes & Toxic Algae Worsened by Climate Change
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.
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Protecting Wildlife and Habitat News
Matcing Campaign Gives Montana Wildlife More Room to Roam
The National Wildlife Federation is pleased to announce it will once again compete in Animal Planet's R.O.A.R. matching campaign from September 8 through October 7. Funds raised through the matching campaign will support National Wildlife Federation's Adopt a Wildlife Acre program, which protect habitat so wildlife have a place to roam safely without running into livestock conflict.
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Get Outside News
National Wildlife Federation Releases New Guidelines to Bring Nature Play to Every Community
National Wildlife Federation is pleased to announce the release of Nature Play & Learning Places: Creating and Managing Places Where Children Engage with Nature. The guidelines, funded by the U.S. Forest Service and in partnership with the Natural Learning Initiative, are for those who create, manage or promote, the development of nature in everyday environments of children, youth and families, especially in urban and suburban communities.
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