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Letter to the Editor Paying for conservation
News Article Conservation hero?
The National Wildlife Federation is taking nominations for conservation heroes.
News Article Give "em an award
Nominations are sought for the National Wildlife Federation's 1995 conservation achievement awards.
Letter to the Editor We shall overcome
News Article National Conference on Habitat Conservation
The National Wildlife Federation's first-ever National Conference on Habitat Conservation Plans is May 17 and 18 in Washington, D.C.
Letter to the Editor Techno-eco-literacy
Letter to the Editor Where there's a will, there's a way
Letter to the Editor Will the cat come back?
Blog Post Wildlife agencies face the limits of sportsmen-funded conservation
News Article Conservation in an imperfect world
San Diego’s Multiple Species Conservation Program is a groundbreaking attempt to protect wildlife habitat, but some say it is still not enough to save the ...
News Article The Wayward West
Chronic wasting disease strikes elk in Mont.; Columbia River's Hanford Reach now part of Saddle Mtn. wildlife refuge; Puget Sound bull trout listed as ...
News Article Buy some shorts: Save a salamander
Wildlife agencies urge a Wildlife Diversity Funding Initiative - a 5 percent tax on outdoor products to help preserve wildlife habitat.
News Article Wanted: HCPs with teeth
Some conservationists say that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's proposals for beefing up its Habitat Conservation Plans still do not go far enough to ...
News Article Imperfect Pasture: A Century of Change at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
In Imperfect Pasture, Bruce Smith, Eric Cole and David Dobkin examine the conservation successes – and failures – of the National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyo.
News Article A timeline of the desert tortoise’s slow and steady decline
A timeline of the desert tortoise’s slow and steady decline
News Article Western wildlife commissions on the chopping block
In Washington and New Mexico, state wildlife commissions could become a thing of the past.
News Article Conserving connections
The Chatfield Basin Conservation Network brings together businesspeople, county officials, road builders and environmentalists to preserve open space and ...
News Article Amid smoke and sprawl, some success
It’s too early to know the impact wildfires have had on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge and the Crestridge wildlife preserve, two of the successes of ...
Archived Article Groups issue public lands statement
Many of the nation's foremost conservation groups have joined in a statement of "basic positions" in response to the Public Land Law Review Commission's ...
Blog Post ESA changes could help protect sage grouse on private land
Infographic Big game tag auctions raise big bucks for Western states
Hunting tag auctions may get too pricey for a lot of Western hunters, but they also raise significant money for conservation projects.
News Article Conservation can pay
The "Wildlife Manager's Field Guide to the Farm Bill" is designed to help subsidize farmers and ranchers in conservation projects.
News Article Yellowstone's Grizzlies A success story
The National Wildlife Federation believes that the federal government’s proposal to remove Yellowstone’s grizzlies from the endangered species list represents ...
News Article The resurgence of hook-and-bullet conservation
Hunters have done a huge amount over the years to preserve wildlife and habitat, but the powerful group Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, with its obsessive ...
News Article Do subdivisions designed for conservation actually help wildlife?
Conservation development is supposed to reduce the habitat fragmentation caused by exurban sprawl -- but it only works if it's done right.
News Article Youth Conservation Workshop
The Colorado branch of the Society for Range Management is taking applications for four scholarships to its annual Youth Conservation Workshop, July 6-12.
News Article Hunting for conservation dollars
State wildlife agencies struggle to broaden funding as their duties expand.
News Article Butterfly escapes endangered species net
Cloudcroft, N.M., creates its own conservation plan to protect the rare Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterfly without waiting for an endangered species ...
Archived Article Stout-hearted Hornaday waged a war for wildlife
The forerunner of the militant environmentalism of the 1960s and 1970s was William T. Hornaday, a man who had been dead and largely ignored for 30 years -- a ...
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