Are you interested in becoming a Habitat Steward? This educational training program empowers volunteers to help create, preserve, and restore wildlife habitats in their own community.
Join fellow community members in learning how to make your schools, businesses, places of worship, and your own backyard more wildlife friendly through this community training and service opportunity.
National Wildlife Federation staff and local environmental educators will train you on topics including native plant gardening, pollinators, habitat restoration, rain gardens, and more.
Contact Anna Lindstrom, our Washington Education AmeriCorps Member, at WAeducation@nwf.org or 206-577-7809 to find out more about your Washington opportunities.
Please join us for our annual public event designed to raise awareness of the health benefits of outdoor activity and support the National Wildlife Federation's work to connect kids and nature.
Take the Pledge to camp—in your backyard, your neighborhood, your local parks, state parks, and national parks, cabins, RVs, treehouses ... you name it! The Great American Campout is also part of Great Outdoors Month in June, a month designated to highlight the many kinds of outdoor activities that strengthen our bonds with nature. The National Wildlife Federation celebrates everyone who’s getting outdoors and camping on Great American Campout in June—and we encourage you to re-live the camping experience all summer long.
Tell your members of Congress to save America's vulnerable wildlife by supporting the Recovering America's Wildlife Act.Read More
Every year we break out the heavy coats and scarves to keep warm, but what do animals do?Read More
A new study finds Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil certification significantly reduced deforestation in Indonesian oil palm plantations.Read More
The Arctic is a unique ecosystem of extremes, but human activities are threatening this incredible wild place.Read More
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