Alongside our grassroots efforts to advocate for clean air, clean water, and ecosystem protection, the National Wildlife Federation works to create new habitat and restore damaged areas through our wildlife gardening and tree planting programs.
The National Wildlife Federation's efforts include responding to critical habitat restoration needs after disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf oil disaster, and Superstorm Sandy.
Through our Trees for Wildlife™ program, the National Wildlife Federation connects trees to tree planters, throwing in fun, hands-on activities and rewards to boot. Designed for scout troops, school groups and other youth organizations, this program helps young people learn about the importance of trees and how to plant and take care of them for the future. The National Wildlife Federation organizes events and also provides trees to other groups.
Congress needs to remove language undermining nation's environmental laws and fully fund conservation titleRead More
Tell your members of Congress to save America's vulnerable wildlife by supporting the Recovering America's Wildlife Act.Read More
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