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As world leaders and climate activists gathered in the United Kingdom for COP26, they should have been studying the U.K.’s heavy reliance on the biomass…

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October 15, 2021: In an op-ed for The Fayetteville Observer, “Venus flytrap part of what makes Fayetteville, Wilmington special and is worth preserving,” Moore Charitable…

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A new outdoor interpretive museum opened at the John N. Smith cemetery to honor nearly 2,000 African-Americans who were essential in establishing the Cape Fear…

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Prescribed fire can be used to slow the spread and decrease the intensity of wildfires that are plaguing the western half of our country. Prescribed…

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Through the Longleaf Landscape Stewardship Fund, a total of $5.3 million in grants were awarded to preserve longleaf pine in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi,…

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Lawmakers in Hong Kong approved the categorization of certain wildlife trafficking offences, such as shark fining, as Serious and Organized Crimes. This important legislation will…

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With critical support from the Taos Ski Valley Foundation, the Forest Stewards Guild’s Forest Stewards Youth Corps (FSYC) summer program recently concluded by offering employment…

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Every summer, TV’s Shark Week celebration dispels myths about this misunderstood species, arguing for preserving sharks, not fearing them. Sharks are essential to maintaining the…

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The Moore Charitable Foundation is committed to defending the vitality of North Carolina’s rivers, streams, and air. Failure by industrial hog operations throughout the state…

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The Southwest Rivers Program—a partnership between the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the U.S. Forest Service—announced nearly $600,000 to protect native fish and species…

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