NCWF News & Announcements

Now Accepting 2018 Conservation Achievement Awards Nominations

May 8, 2018

The North Carolina Wildlife Federation is seeking nominations for the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards – the state’s highest honors given to conservation leaders who take an active role in protecting North Carolina’s natural resources. Since 1958, the awards have honored individuals, associations, businesses and governmental bodies that have exhibited an unwavering commitment to conservation in…

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NCWF Wildlife Scholarship Grants Available

April 13, 2018

Students committed to environmental and natural resource conservation and management can now apply for a 2018 North Carolina Wildlife Federation scholarship. The Federation will provide up to 7 grants to students – graduate students and undergraduate students are eligible – awarded as seven $1000 grants, or six $1000 grants and one $2,500 Conservation Leadership grant,…

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North Carolina Support for the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

April 9, 2018

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act: Conservation funding for more than 12,000 species of concern. A letter of support has been hand-delivered to the NC Congressional delegation. Click here to view the letter and full list of supporters.

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NCWF Adopts Two Resolutions to Protect Marine Resources

September 20, 2017

The NCWF Board of Directors has adopted two resolutions that will protect our North Carolina marine ecosystems and wildlife. Read the full resolutions here: Resolution on North Carolina Marine Habitat Protection Resolution on North Carolina Marine Fisheries Reform

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Free Deer Hunting and Processing Seminars Coming in September

August 15, 2017

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the N.C. Wildlife Federation are offering four free deer hunting and processing seminars in Raleigh and Fayetteville in September. The “Introduction to Deer Hunting” and the “Practical Deer Processing: From Field to Freezer” seminars are ideal for novice hunters, although hunters and their mentees are encouraged to attend. Topics…

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54th Annual Governor’s Conservation Achievement Award Winners

July 19, 2017

The North Carolina Wildlife Federation has announced the winners of the 54th Annual Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards. The full list of award winners and categories is below. This year’s winners are exceedingly notable conservation devotees who work for wildlife from elk to amphibians to fish and marine resources. They are water quality advocates, land stewardship…

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Hunting, Fishing, Outdoor Groups Call on NC Delegation to Protect Public Lands

June 7, 2017

More than 35 North Carolina hunting, fishing and outdoor groups have sent a letter to Congressional members of the state delegation calling for a strong defense of America’s public lands and efforts to oppose any legislative attempts to sell or transfer lands out of the public domain. This letter comes on the heels of the…

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Now Accepting 2017 Conservation Award Nominations

May 2, 2017

The North Carolina Wildlife Federation is seeking nominations for the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards, the state’s highest honors for conservation leaders. Since 1958, awards have been given to individuals, associations, businesses and governmental bodies that take an active role in protecting North Carolina’s natural resources with unwavering commitment to conservation in the state. The deadline…

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NCWF Wildlife Scholarship Grants Available

April 20, 2017

Students committed to environmental and natural resource conservation and management can now apply for the 2017 North Carolina Wildlife Federation scholarship. The Federation will provide up to seven grants to students- graduate and undergraduate students are eligible- with the potential for one $2,500 Conservation Leadership grant for a student of exemplary merit. Candidates for scholarships…

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Big Opportunity for Fisheries Conservation

January 9, 2017

  There is an opportunity before the citizens of North Carolina to protect our aquatic marine habitats-North Carolina Wildlife Federation has petitioned the NC Marine Fisheries Commission to establish expanded nursery areas to protect juvenile fish to allow them a better chance to reach spawning age.   Within these new nursery areas, restrictions would be…

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