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A note from the Regional Director
Recent dialogue suggests that Americans have very little in common. I beg to differ. There is more that unites us than divides us. This fall, NWF’s Rocky Mountain Region embarked on several projects that demonstrated how much we all share, regardless of politics, demographics or geography. We all share a birthright to our country’s public lands. We all share an emotional reaction to bison calves roaming the prairie for the first time in 130 years. We all share a vision of our young children leading healthy, curious and vibrant lives. Now is the time for all of us to come together, speak up for wildlife and inspire the next generation to care for them as much as we do. Please consider making a contribution before the end of the year. Your generosity and commitment will have a significant impact on integral wildlife conservation projects. I welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your thoughts and concerns, so please don’t hesitate to reach out.

-Brian Kurzel
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VIDEO: Bison Return Home
VIDEO: Bison Return Home
On November 3, we saw wild bison return to their home on the Wind River Reservation for the first time in 131 years. This historic day was the culmination of decades of work to restore the area’s wildlife populations, ecosystems, and culture.

See the buffalo homecoming celebration!

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Let’s HOP To It!
Let’s HOP To It!
Play is part of being human. But not all play is created equal. Studies show that the benefits of regular, active time outdoors at a young age can help children for the rest of their lives.

Find out how we’re using this recipe for success in Colorado.

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Uniting for Public Lands
Uniting for Public Lands
In the months before the election, the National Wildlife Federation launched a campaign calling candidates running for office to support our public lands. What happened?? It worked!

Learn how Americans united around public lands.

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Engaging ALL Americans in Conservation
Engaging ALL Americans in Conservation
Conservation, outdoor recreation, and our natural resources are issues that unite all Americans. But some groups are being left behind.

Learn how we can ensure the next generation of conservationists represents ALL of us.

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Spotlight: New Mexico Wildlife Federation
Spotlight: New Mexico Wildlife Federation
The New Mexico Wildlife Federation has spent more than a century working for sound wildlife and resource management, access to public lands, and providing opportunities to pursue the outdoor traditions that helped make America what it is today.

Find out how you can help them continue to make an impact.

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Home on the Sage
Home on the Sage
Sage-grouse once ranged across some 297 million acres in the U.S. and Canada. Today, their range has been nearly halved due to habitat fragmentation, invasive plants, livestock grazing, agriculture, wildfire, and energy development. But all is not lost.

Learn more about the historic effort to conserve sage-grouse and their habitat.

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Learn to Live Together
Learn to Live Together
The National Wildlife Federation was founded on the idea that when groups work to help one another, there is mutual benefit.

Let’s learn from some wildlife species that are models of mutualistic relationships.

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