Most young people genuinely care about environmental issues and are inspired to make positive changes in the environment around them. Eco-Schools USA encourages children and youth to take an active role in learning about and taking action in their school community.
Millions of students participate in Eco-Schools around the world, from countries such as Japan, Ireland, Brazil and Australia, but no matter where they are, all Eco-Action Teams utilize the Seven Step Framework.
Ten buffalo become the second group to be released on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.Read More
Take the pledge to connect with nature and wildlife by camping anytime, anywhere between now and October 31.Read More
National Wildlife Federation report offers guidelines for digital technology to increase outdoor time, improve health, and form connections to natureRead More
What started as a cartoonist's vision is now America's oldest, largest conservation organization.Read More
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