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Meet Carlee Koutnik, the new Program Manager for Artemis Sportswomen!

Meet Carlee Koutnik, the new Program Manager for Artemis Sportswomen!

Koutnik will work the NWF’s sporting and public lands staff to continue to build Artemis, and secure the conservation and enhancement of America’s public lands, waters and wildlife.

  • Mandela van Eeden, Communications Coordinator for NWF Outdoors & Artemis Sportswomen
  • January 25, 2023
The Intrepid Eater - Venison Shank Sagamité Recipe

The Intrepid Eater - Venison Shank Sagamité Recipe

Sagamité is a meal of broth thickened with cornmeal, often made to celebrate hungry newly arrived guests by the eastern and Great Lakes indigenous tribes.

  • Adam Berkelmans
  • January 11, 2023
NWF Outdoors attends National Association of Sportsmen’s Caucuses annual summit

NWF Outdoors attends National Association of Sportsmen’s Caucuses annual summit

  • Aaron Kindle, Director of Sporting Advocacy
  • December 07, 2022
Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry Celebrates 25 Years

Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry Celebrates 25 Years

  • Colleen Dolan, Tennessee Wildlife Federation
  • November 30, 2022
10 High Priority Areas for Wildlife Crossings

10 High Priority Areas for Wildlife Crossings

  • Jaden Bales, Wyoming Wildlife Federation
  • November 16, 2022
NWF FILM EXPLORES THE RISK OF INVASIVE CARP TO THE GREAT LAKES AND THE EFFORT TO STOP THEM

NWF FILM EXPLORES THE RISK OF INVASIVE CARP TO THE GREAT LAKES AND THE EFFORT TO STOP THEM

  • Drew YoungeDyke, National Wildlife Federation
  • November 09, 2022
Closing the Door on Invasive Species

Closing the Door on Invasive Species

EPA needs to finalize ballast water standard to protect the Great Lakes

  • Marc Smith, Policy Director for the National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Regional Center
  • October 19, 2022
Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act

Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act

Legislation to Protect Tribal Wildlife Corridors and Support Wildlife Management Efforts.

  • Jeremy Romero, Regional Connectivity Coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation
  • October 13, 2022
An Eye in the Sky: Transboundary Mining

An Eye in the Sky: Transboundary Mining

EcoFlight headed up north to fly enormous coal mining operations in British Columbia that threaten US water quality, communities, hunting, fishing, and wildlife.

  • Bruce Gordon, Chief Pilot and Founder of EcoFlight.
  • September 21, 2022
Beavers and Hunters Restore Riparian Habitat

Beavers and Hunters Restore Riparian Habitat

Restoring Emerald Islands: Collaborative Conservation at Work for Game Species

  • Shelby Weigand, Senior Coordinator of Riparian Connectivity for the National Wildlife Federation
  • August 31, 2022
Taking a BITE out of Invasive Species (and Boredom)

Taking a BITE out of Invasive Species (and Boredom)

  • Jason Dinsmore, Director of Conservation Partnerships, NWF Great Lakes Region
  • August 03, 2022
Arizona: The Missing Hunt Regulation

Arizona: The Missing Hunt Regulation

  • Lew Carpenter, NWF Director of Conservation Partners
  • July 28, 2022
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