National Wildlife Federation

PO Box 1583
Merrifield, VA 22116
United States

National Wildlife Federation (NWF) works to improve federal and state policies that will improve wildlife conservation on hundreds of millions of acres of public, tribal and private lands. The organization encourages Congress to pass legislation that includes adequate funding for natural resources and directs federal agencies to include climate science in their wildlife conservation management plans. NWF has worked to connect children and youth with nature for decades, inspiring children through Ranger Rick magazine, working with educators to get kids learning outdoors, and helping parents find new ways to engage their children outside.

NAAEE Program:



Parks Restoration Educator (AmeriCorps, 10.5-...

August 2, 2022

Join us in Bellingham, Washington to help educate and engage community members as we restore our...


Webinar: A New Narrative to Sustain Support for...

May 27, 2022

Are you making the case for outdoor, nature-based learning with funders and decision-makers? Join...


Building Resilience from the Classroom to the...

May 3, 2022

Youth-led action and nature-based solutions for climate mitigation are the focus of two programs at...


2021 US-Taiwan Eco-Campus Partnership Program...

February 23, 2022

Taiwan held the 2021 US-Taiwan Eco-Campus Partnership Program Award Ceremony in Taipei in December...


National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard...

September 29, 2021

Every person should have access to green space, clean air, water, and healthy soil. But that’s not...


Children Thrive Outside: A New Day for Outdoor...

May 4, 2021

New America and the National Wildlife Federation are teaming up for a webinar on May 11...

People at National Wildlife Federation

Kevin Coyle


Vice President Education and Training
National Wildlife Federation
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Kim Martinez


Vice President, Education and Engagement
National Wildlife Federation
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