Protecting Wildlife on Campus

National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program is a cornerstone of our mission to protect wildlife for our children’s future. Working with students, staff and faculty at nearly all of the 4,100 colleges and universities across the U.S., NWF’s Campus Ecology team fosters appreciation and protection of wildlife in ways that advance student leadership, restore habitat and conserve natural resources on and beyond the campus, and prepare the next generation of wildlife and conservation professionals. Working with the nation’s leading land grant and natural resource schools, minority-serving institutions and professional societies, NWF’s Campus Ecology Program is a pioneer in helping college and university leaders define the state of the art in what it means to be sustainable and wildlife friendly. 


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