The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) supports conservation efforts in all 50 states and U.S. territories. Projects are awarded to both the smallest and largest environmental organizations in the nation.
Critical Marine Habitat and Species Protection
The Moore Charitable Foundation has partnered with NFWF initiatives such as The National Conservation Scholars Program, which contributes to the professional and academic development of students in a variety of disciplines related to natural resources management and conservation. The internships are managed by host universities and coordinated closely with NFWF to ensure the projects provide quality conservation work experiences.
“The future of conservation depends on having dedicated scientists willing to devote their careers to finding the best possible solutions to the complex challenges we face. The National Conservation Scholars Program, supported by The Moore Charitable Foundation, provides the resources needed for college and graduate students to focus their time and energy on the science of conservation. This program provides irreplaceable opportunities that can spark a career commitment to conservation, and they are vital to ensuring the next generation is as committed to preserving our natural wonders as we all are today.”
– Jeff Trandahl, Executive Director and CEO of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Learn more about the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation here.