Native American Fish and Wildlife Society

Conservation, Nature Center

October 10, 2022 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and a good day to recognize the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS). Native peoples manage roughly 52 million acres of land in the United States, on the same scale as the National Park Service (85 million acres). From the NAFWS website: “As a non-profit organization, the Society’s mission is to assist Native American and Alaska Native Tribes with the conservation, protection, and enhancement of their fish and wildlife resources.” CEED encourages you to support NAFWS in their efforts to restore and conserve nature on tribal lands all over the country.

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