NCWF Upcoming Events
Calendar of Events
Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge
North Carolina Wildlife Federation will host a statewide Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge to encourage residents to help wildlife, waterways, and habitats by removing trash from NC neighborhoods. This volunteer cleanup effort will help protect wildlife from trash ingestion, strangulation, and entrapment. “We’ve all seen videos of heroic people saving wildlife from being entangled, impaled, and strangled…
NCWF's Island Wildlife Chapter hosts noted author Scott Huler for a presentation about retracing John Lawson's expedition through the Carolinas. Huler recently published a book on the subject called "A Delicious Country: Rediscovering the Carolinas along the Route of John Lawson's 1700 Expedition". Register Today!
Learn about some of NCWF’s favorite native trees, including Oaks, Maples and more and their important benefits to wildlife species in NC with NCWF and community educator Kate Bolkin of TreesCharlotte. Register Today!
CWA hosts a presentation on the gardens, greenhouses and other outdoor offerings at Griffin STEM Middle School and Patriots Elementary School. See how our local schools have stayed strong and committed to sustainable garden practices during the pandemic, and learn about their hopes and dreams for the future. Register Today!
This series offers a dynamic line-up of presentations and materials curated by the New Hill Hunter Education and Mentoring Program, covering a wide variety of topics to guide new deer hunters from scouting to processing. The series is hosted and moderated by North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) in conjunction with its South Wake Conservationists (SWC)…
Join NCWF for the final installment of the series with Caroline Burgett to learn all about trash in our environment, impacts on wildlife and what we can do to prevent trash from harming us and local wildlife species. Register Today!
The site manages 65 acres of forest and grassland habitat for local wildlife species. The quarry is active and expanding, which at times necessitates the replanting of habitat projects. The quarry is surrounded by a mix of residential, commercial and agricultural areas, with small woodlands interspersed.