To succeed as global citizens and future stewards of our planet, children and young adults should be well-versed in the underlying principles of nature and wildlife. Through educational programs focused on conservation and environmental knowledge, the National Wildlife Federation provides ways to create a lasting base of environmental literacy, stewardship, and problem-solving skills for today's youth.
From prekindergarten through high school, these programs provide educators with engaging resources to develop nature-based experiences and knowledge.
Eco-Schools USA provides a unique learning experience through effective "green" management of school grounds, facilities, and curriculum.
Trees for Wildlife™ educates youth about the importance of trees and how to plant and sustain them both locally and across the nation.
Earth Tomorrow creates education and leadership development opportunities for youth in communities across Atlanta.
For students pursuing education with a college or university, these programs provide resources and support for building job skills and careers in the sustainability sector.
As EcoLeaders, college students develop leadership skills, access resources, and network through an online community.
Help Pollinators on Campus
Pledge to protect pollinators by providing healthy habitat through creation, restoration, and protection efforts.
Craig Tufts Scholarship Fund
Established in honor of the National Wildlife Federation's chief naturalist, this fund finances an annual award for a student inspired by nature.
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