National Wildlife Federation

A unique record of the American past may soon be open to mining.
An order by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke aims to increase fishing access on national monuments and other public lands.
He said the order gives power back "to the people." It doesn't.
Here are 5 things to keep in mind about NWF's efforts for this special week and for the future of wildlife.
Public Lands Under Assault During the past two years, sportsmen's and other conservation organizations have helped defeat
Since these animals need quality underwater rocky habitat, siltation is one of their biggest enemies. Siltation occurs when
These lands are also under siege. Some elected officials, including members of Congress, want to sell off tracts, open up
Grandma and Grandpa's house is a magical place for a grandchild. Having your yard certified as a wildlife habitat by the National Wildlife Federation can increase the magical factor tenfold and more.
What is it about bison that could have a dozen different people from wildly different backgrounds grinning like Cheshire cats? And why do we have an obligation to protect them?
The Fish and Wildlife Service is committing $2 million to the plan, while the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, an organization
On January 16, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave Enbridge a controversial Nationwide Permit 12 green-light for its proposed Line 78 pipeline, set to bring heavy tar sands diluted bitumen ("dilbit") from Pontiac, Illinois to its Griffith, Indiana holding terminal.
These decisions are crucial to those who live in nearby communities, hunt and fish and camp on public lands, cherish and record the vast archeological resources hidden there, or make their living ranching or outfitting on public lands.
The changing climate is forcing species into tough choices: adapt at record speeds to warming temperatures, die off, or invade new territory.
On the Friday before Labor Day -- in the form of an age-old "Friday News Dump" -- the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) handed a permit to Enbridge, the tar sands-carrying corporate pipeline giant, to open a tar sands-by-rail facility in Flanagan, Ill. by early-2016.
"[O]ne businessman said that doing business here is 'like doing business in the Yukon' in the nineteenth century, i.e. only
A U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that Enbridge's 600-mile-long Flanagan South Pipeline, a Keystone XL "clone," is legally cleared to proceed opening for business in October.
What happened to the concern for the lands that belong to all Americans?