If you’re like many living in northern latitudes, the fall season can trigger Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a medical condition brought on by diminishing sunlight. A solution can be taking Vitamin D and using a supplemental ultraviolet light.
It’s also a favorite time of year brought on by outdoor pursuits like fishing, hunting, and simply enjoying nature. Fall is all about celebrating family traditions and simply being present in the moment. A time to embrace the “outdoor effect.”
At Wildlife Forever we truly believe conservation education is the future. It’s the core of our mission that guides us to “practice what we preach”. It also drives our on-the-ground efforts to restore habitat which we know mitigates climate impacts. Nature provides the fundamental life experiences for humanity. As millions of people venture outdoors for safe recreation, conservation education about natural resources has never been more critical than today.
Last month, we drove to Monroe, Louisiana for a pilot project to re-innovate watercraft access for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System. Invasive species continue to plague our public lands and waters, overwhelming managers trying to ensure open access and healthy resources. Paramount to preventing invasive species is conservation education. It’s also the most cost effective. Education affects behavior…
Last week we unveiled the much anticipated 35th Anniversary Calendar. I hope you’ll take a moment to enjoy the collection of images that represent our work together to affect conservation. Your financial support truly makes a difference to empower projects and programs that educate youth and reach millions of people. As we embark on our 35th Anniversary, stay connected through social media and online for exciting celebration offers and promotions.
Thank you for your continued support. I hope for good health and safe families in these trying times. Enjoy the seasonal effects.
Yours in Conservation,