News - Concord Wildlife Alliance to all of our current and new members on helping Concord Wildlife Alliance take 2nd place in the recent contest the State Wildlife Federation put on for gaining new memberships

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<p>News - Concord Wildlife Alliance</p> <p>Concord Wildlife Alliance</p> <p> HomeAbout</p> <p>How You Can Help</p> <p>Contact Us</p> <p>Community ProgramsUpcoming Meetings &amp; Outings</p> <p>Farmers &amp; Communities Manage Deer</p> <p>Past Events</p> <p>Photos</p> <p>ResourcesGovernment Resources</p> <p>CalendarNewsGoing Wild Over Concord&gt;Mayors Monarch Pledge</p> <p> News</p> <p>Independent Tribune Article: City of Concord plans to open butterfly meadow 6/30/17</p> <p>Independent Tribune Article: Rachel's butterfly garden comes home 5/27/16</p> <p>Charlotte Observer- Cabarrus: Vanishing of the Bee's Movie 10/28/15</p> <p>Charlotte Observer Cabarrus article: Making Concord a better home for Wildlife5/20/15</p> <p>Independent Tribune article: Concord NC certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat4/22/15</p> <p>City of Concord Press Release: City of Concord becomes a NWF Certified Community Wildlife Habitat4/22/15</p> <p>Independent Tribune article: Concord man leads effort to cultivate wildlife habitats. This story ran on 1/14/15</p> <p>On October 11th, The Concord Wildlife Alliance, in conjunction with the State of North Carolina and Cabarrus County Soil and Water Conservation took part in the states Big Sweep Campaign. Together with some volunteers from the Concord Lion's Club, Gibson Village Neighborhood Association, and Clearwater Artist Studio we cleaned up part of the Academy Branch along the Village Greenway. After taking a quick tour of the Clearwater Artist studio we headed out to clean the branch. As you can see we made a huge impact on the removal of trash, clothes, debris and tires from this waterway. </p> <p>Independent Tribune Article: On October 1, 2014, the North CarolinaWildlife Federation (NCWF) bestowed a special honor upon Memorial Gardens.Through the Fellowship ActionsImpacting theHabitat (F.A.I.T.H.)designation, NCWFseeks to recognize and certify communities of faith who work to create wildlife-friendly habitats on their properties. "This program is designed to encourage ongoing stewardship of our wildlife and wild places in urban, suburban, and rural settings" said Tim Gestwicki, CEO of NCWF. Our deep thanks and congratulations go out to the Board and staff of Memorial Gardens for this well-deserved honor.</p> <p>Independent Tribune Article: 9/2015- Concord resident and business owner is newly elected Chairman of the Board of Directors for the NC Wildlife federation. </p> <p>Congratulations to all of our current and new members on helping Concord Wildlife Alliance take 2nd place in the recent contest the State Wildlife Federation put on for gaining new memberships. This not only helps us continue to reach our goal of being certified as a chapter. It helps show and spread the word of all the goods things we have accomplished in the short amount of time since our formation.</p> <p>NC Sportsmen Rally Behind Clean Water Act proposals- Please Read - 2014</p> <p> sportsmanrally.pdfFile Size: 214 kbFile Type: pdf</p> <p>Download File</p> <p>Concord Wildlife Alliance formation press releases from 2014</p> <p>Cabarrus News - Charlotte Observer - 7/27</p> <p>Time Warner Cable News - 7/6</p> <p>Independent Tribune - 7/5</p> <p>City of Concord - Press Release - 7/2</p> <p> Concord Wildlife Alliance - Concord, North Carolina</p> <p> Home About</p> <p>How You Can Help</p> <p>Contact Us</p> <p> Community Programs Upcoming Meetings &amp; Outings</p> <p>Farmers &amp; Communities Manage Deer</p> <p>Past Events</p> <p>Photos</p> <p> Resources Government Resources</p> <p> Calendar News Going Wild Over Concord&gt;Mayors Monarch Pledge</p>

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