The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation committed $365,000 toward a multi-year aspen and forest restoration project on Wyoming’s Shoshone National Forest.
Nearly fifty people gathered to celebrate completion of three coastal restoration projects yesterday at the Falgout Canal Marina in Theriot.
More than 75 friends and family of Louisiana conservationist Tom Hess gathered at Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge yesterday to dedicate a recently completed restoration project in his honor.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Parks and Trails Division will celebrate the importance of Legacy Amendment funding to prairie restoration in state parks, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on…..
Ducks Unlimited has been awarded five North American Wetlands Conservation Act grants to support its restoration efforts along the Gulf Coast.
Ducks Unlimited recognized Louisiana businessman and conservationist Warren Coco last night at a tribute event in Baton Rouge.
Regional Director for the RMEF and its West Virginia State Chapter President Brian Satterfield presented a Seed Grant check in the amount of $50,000 to the West Virginia DNR.
Two different sources of restoration funding are now flowing to Texas, both are good news for natural resources, fish and wildlife and nature-based recreation and tourism on the Texas coast.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is excited to announce that it will partner with communities, corporations and nonprofits to help restore the natural environment, and more.
Ducks Unlimited is proud to announce that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Memphis District recently released the first Mount Tena Creek Mitigation Bank wetland credits.
Secretary Sally Jewell, the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) Executive Director Fred Myers and AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, signed an ageement late Tuesday, stating their collective commitment to rebuild, renew and restore our country’s national parks.
Grants totaling $265,000 provided by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will fund 20 different habitat enhancement projects in 14 different counties in the state of Oregon.
Starting Monday, and over the next few weeks, construction workers will restore 20 acres of riparian habitat and a half-mile of river by creating new wetlands.