The National Wildlife Federation’s 80th Anniversary Luncheon took place April 14, 2016, celebrating eight decades of conservation achievements and the work of 2016 honorees Lowell E. Baier, Administrator Gina McCarthy, and Martha Darling. View the official program for more details on the event.
The National Wildlife Federation owes a heartfelt thank you to our sponsors. Without our sponsors’ support, this event—and all the conservation challenges the National Wildlife Federation works to mitigate—would not be possible.
Ray C Anderson Foundation
Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers
Lowell & Bonnie Baier
Joe Brennan & Leslie Shad
RenaissanceRe Holdings, Ltd
Bruce Wallace & Susie Cannell
Stan & Alta Barer
Ambassador Alan and Melinda Blinken
Environmental Defense Fund
Infogroup Nonprofit Solutions
Catherine Ladnier and JM Robinson
League of Conservation Voters
Paradysz + PM Digital
Reinsurance Association of America
An Environmental Trust, Inc
Alliant Insurance Services, Inc
Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP
Jamey French & Northland Forest Products
Arthur J Gallagher & Co
Data Direct, Inc
Direct Mail Processors, Inc
Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
Mary Harris & Jim Eady
Kelly Insurance Agency
Julia R Swords
Van Ness Feldman LLP
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For questions about the event, please contact Patton Fiske at FiskeP@nwf.org.
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