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  • 'Save L.A. Cougars' works for wildlife crossing over 101: What would it look like?

    'Save L.A. Cougars' works for wildlife crossing over 101: What would it look like?
    A bridge for wildlife to safely cross the 101 Freeway. It could happen.
  • 'Save L.A. Cougars' campaign calls for Agoura Hills wildlife crossing

    With the Griffith Park mountain lion as their poster puma, the National Wildlife Federation and the Santa Monica Mountains Fund have joined forces to raise money for a wildlife crossing at the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills. The "Save L.A. Cougars"...

    Joy Ann Wettstein Griffin: Champion of the environment fought for Florida's lakes, wildlife

    Joy Ann Wettstein Griffin: Champion of the environment fought for Florida's lakes, wildlife
    Joy Ann Wettstein Griffin died Saturday after decades as a tireless champion of the lakes and natural lands in her beloved Lake County. Ann Griffin, as the Fruitland Park woman was known to most, was 75. The well known environmental activist was a...

    Take part in National Wildlife Federation #NWF #Hike&Seek

     
    National Wildlife Federation (NWF), America's largest conservation organization, announces its fifth annual Hike & Seek™ cities taking place around the country this fall. Hike & Seek is a cross between a scavenger hunt and nature walk with live...

    How native are your native plants?

    How native are your native plants?
    Nowadays, the word "native" has taken on a kind of glamour among gardeners. Many a catalog or garden center makes the adjective a selling point, often promising lower maintenance and butterflies. But how native are your native plants? And does it matter?...