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National Wildlife Federation News
Sportsmen rally for sage grouse and an iconic Western landscape
Hunters, wildlife advocates back plans to conserve grouse, sagebrush steppe
Conservation Groups Commemorate Katrina Anniversary by Urging President Obama to Prioritize Restoration
Coastal Restoration Is Key to City's Long-Term Resiliency, and Administration Has Opportunities to Advance Efforts
NWF voices concerns about oil, gas plan for CO’s 'mule-deer' factory
"We remain hopeful that newer, better drilling technologies will minimize energy development’s overall footprint in this vital wildlife habitat."
New Climate Rule Protects Wildlife, Outdoor Heritage
"It is achievable, cost-effective, and saves a valuable resource while reducing emissions that harm wildlife."
New Report: Clean Power Plan Key to Protect Drinking Water, Wildlife Habitat
"Wildlife in Hot Water provides concrete examples of the bodies of waters that are suffering due to climate change"
RESTORE Council Releases Priority List of Gulf Restoration Projects for Funding
National and Local Conservation Groups Call List Positive Step Forward; Tremendous Opportunity Ahead for Long-Lasting Restoration with BP Settlement
A Resilient, Sustainable New Orleans
A Decade after Katrina, Groups Issue Recommendations for Community Protection, Restoration
NWF: Colorado Mine Disaster Must Spur Reform
"These abandoned mines will continue to threaten communities, waterways, and wildlife until Congress modernizes the General Mining Act of 1872."
Clean Power Plan Will Help Protect America’s Great Outdoors
"The steps proposed today are broadly popular, both with voters at large and with sportsmen."
National Wildlife Federation to Sue Dept. of Transportation over Oil Pipeline Oversight Failures
For more than 20 years, federal government has been illegally allowing oil pipelines in U.S. navigable waters to operate without approved safety plans. Pipeline running under Great Lakes’ Straits of Mackinac extreme example of protection failures.
National Wildlife Federation Announces the "Your Best Shots" Photo Contest Winners
Winners will be featured in the upcoming August 2015 issue of Ranger Rick magazine