Kids Getting into Nature Film on Blu-Ray/DVDDecember 8, 2016
Monthly Survival ClassesJanuary 13, 2017
The National Wildlife Federation is offering free trees to groups who plan a spring tree planting or giveaway event, teaching children and youth the value of trees. More trees in your community provide a better habitat for wildlife. You can order a minimum of 100 bare root trees for the event before February 10, 2017. Simply complete and submit the application for free trees at http://www.nwf.org/trees-for-w
Who is the National Wildlife Federation
As in nature, we have strength in numbers. National Wildlife Federation works closely with those who span the social and political spectrum, but who are connected by a common commitment to conservation. Our ability to meet the needs of wildlife is inextricably linked to the amazing individuals, groups, organizations and corporations we call our supporters. Together, we form a pack, leveraging our influence to safeguard America’s wildlife and wild places.
What We Do to Help Habitats
Learn More About Our Work With:
- Waters – NWF works to strengthen and defend the Clean Water Act, and advocates for major waters like the Great Lakes, Chesapeake Bay and more.
- Coasts and Floodplains – NWF works to protect endangered species and habitat from coastal and floodplain development.
- Gulf Restoration – NWF has been working to restore the Gulf and Mississippi River Delta for decades, and was on the front lines of the 2010 Gulf oil disaster.
- Public Lands – The U.S. is home to approximately 600 million acres of public land—which include national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, monuments, and state and local areas owned by the public.
- Tribal Lands – NWF partners with sovereign tribal nations to solve conservation challenges around species and habitat protection.
- Forest and Farms – The majority of wildlife habitat in the U.S. is dependant on healthy forests and farmland. NWF works to strengthen how they’re managed and what incentives are available to help farmers protect wildlife.
- Creating and Restoring Habitat On the Ground – NWF helps people create and restore habitat for wildlife in their gardens and communities through our Certified Wildlife Habitat® and tree planting programs.