July 22, 2015 // A new nationwide, bipartisan survey found broad support among hunters and anglers for applying Clean Water Act protections to smaller streams and wetlands.
For more than 20 years, federal government has been illegally allowing oil pipelines in U.S. navigable waters to operate without approved safety plans. Pipeline running under Great Lakes’ Straits of Mackinac extreme example of protection failures.
Winners will be featured in the upcoming August 2015 issue of Ranger Rick magazine
"Providing pollution-free energy, keeping energy dollars local, and creating hundreds of new jobs."
"Report sets stage to stop flow of oil through Straits of Mackinac."
"Permanent protection for Basin and Range will preserve priority sage-grouse habitat."
Sportsmen target funding levels, harmful sage-grouse and public-lands items
"We're thrilled that the court ruled in favor of restoring a vibrant Chesapeake Bay and watershed."
"Now it is time for Gulf restoration to begin in earnest."
"The National Wildlife Federation and the North Carolina Wildlife Federation stand ready to work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help ensure the recovery of this amazing species."
"We encourage the EPA to move quickly to get this rule back on track and to issue a strong Clean Power Plan."
"Ash was a true conservation giant."
"To participate, NWF asks people of all ages to pledge to camp or get outdoors anywhere at least once this summer."