AWF is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and assisting individuals and organizations to value, conserve, enhance, manage, and protect wildlife and wildlife habitat.
The AWF is an all-volunteer, statewide
association of people interested in the present
and future well-being of
These conservationists believe our wildlife heritage should not be jeopardized by any activity that fails to ensure its long-term health and sustainability.
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National Wildlife Federation has
released Nowhere to Run: Big Game Wildlife
in a Warming World, a new report on the impacts of
climate change on
The past century’s conservation achievements of successfully restoring big game wildlife are now at risk from the pervasive effects of climate change. Big game watchers, photographers and hunters, as well as outdoor recreational businesses and wildlife managers, all have a vested interest and a role to play in safeguarding big game and their habitats in the face of climate change. In the report, Nowhere to Run: Big Game Wildlife in a Warming World, NWF addresses the potential effects of climate change on eight of the most common or widespread big game species: white-tailed deer, mule deer, moose, elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, black bear and caribou; and recommends steps to protect both big game and the outdoor economy that depends on them.
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Nowhere to Run
New National Wildlife Federation Representative
is very pleased to welcome Lew
Carpenter as our new NWF Regional
Representative. Carpenter was
born and raised in
1998 Carpenter took the helm
Outdoors magazine (circ.
100,000) as its editor,
while also acting as an associate editor
Outdoor News, a
weekly hunting and fishing newspaper reaching
sportsmen per week. Western Outdoors offered Carpenter the
opportunity to write about the
West, and for eight years he promoted fishing,
hunting and conservation from
came back to his home state of Colorado to
produce three, 10-episode
sportsmen’s television shows on the Versus
His current role is to advise the affiliate board directors in WY, NM, AZ, ID and NV on leadership cultivation, capacity building and programmatic work (policy advice on regional and national issues) - where these groups should weigh in politically in their region to effect results.
At the end of the day, Carpenter’s job is about ensuring the long-term effectiveness of NWF and its affiliates by building strong organizations, developing and supporting effective leadership, and creating strong networks of influential people to achieve national and regional conservation victories.
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