Tag Archives: Acres for America
Almost 2,000 acres of forest and waterfront land in the Ozarks near Bentonville, Ark., will be conserved as part of the Acres for America program.
Walmart and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation have just announced two new projects in our Acres for America program – one in Arkansas and another in New Mexico.
Hundreds of years old, redwood trees are the tallest in the world. The places where they grow are special to the people who live nearby, but also to people all over the United States. Watch how the redwoods in California’s Salmon Creek Forest – and similar sites across the country – are being protected for future generations.Read more ›
An egret stands on a branch in the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C.
Before Chicago was Chicago, birds, fish and wildlife knew it was a great place to call home.
The same can be said about many major American cities, where, interspersed among big buildings and busy streets, are some of the nation’s most important lands and natural resources.Read more ›
Southern Sierra Partnership: Tehachapi Linkage, California
A message from Jeff Trandahl, CEO and Executive Director, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation:
All of us at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation are passionate about habitat and preserving our natural resources.Read more ›