Explore a sustainable Valentine's Day: From eco-friendly cards to thoughtful gifts, discover ways to celebrate...
Learn how snowpack plays a major role in the water cycle, supporting household water use across the western US...
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Youth are learning that they can go away to pursue STEM education and come back and help manage these lands that their people have historically lived on.
Allowing volunteers to be directly involved with real conservation biology creates a ripple effect that increases continued engagement, magnifies outreach, and
Discover the link between climate change, El Niño patterns, and increased hurricane intensity in the US. Learn about tropical cyclone development, sea level
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
The third week of September is Asthma Peak Week due to a seasonal uptick in asthma triggers. Learn how to keep you and your children healthy and prevent asthma
NEEF grantee Olmsted Parks Conservancy is installing a pollinator meadow in Chickasaw Park to improve biodiversity and protect against invasive plant species in
“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