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Allowing volunteers to be directly involved with real conservation biology creates a ripple effect that increases continued engagement, magnifies outreach, and
Thanks to a grant from NEEF, the Trail Access Project has expanded its Adaptive Hiking Program to help people with physical disabilities access public lands
Invasive species are a growing environmental challenge. NEEF grantee Olmsted Parks Conservancy is installing a pollinator meadow in Chickasaw Park to improve
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“I would recommend a project like this to other students because they get to explore the environment around them and learn how to make the ecosystem around them healthier.” -Bettendorf student
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In April 2021, NEEF and Toyota Motor North America announced $220,000 in grant funding to support biodiversity conservation projects on public lands within the
Visually Impaired Students Gain Access to Nature Through Sound thanks to the Driving Mobility and Accessibility on Public Lands Grant supported by Toyota
On the fourth Saturday in September each year, NEEF joins forces with its longtime partner Toyota Motor North America for the nation's largest single-day
The Mississippi Park Connection recently completed a massive conservation project to reforest a beneficial barrier island within the Upper Mississippi River.
With assistance from a NEEF grant, Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes conducted accessibility assessments on four beaches and 20 miles of trails throughout the
Last month, the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) partnered with Samsung and the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® program to present the 2019 Climate