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PSU Student Chapter of the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation

Posted: January 12, 2016

The Pennsylvania State University Student Chapter of the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation is currently in its formative stages and hopes to recruit new members who are interested in agriculture, animal science, ecology, education, and ecology. The organization will work to encourage outdoor exploration, involve the community in continued conservation efforts, and educate others about the native wildlife and environments of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Penn State students are working in collaboration with the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation to establish a student organization on campus. The parent organization, the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation, is based in State College and was established for the purpose of conserving the birds and mammals of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The foundation is a non-profit organization which provides private support to enhance wildlife habitat, scientific research, wildlife education, and land preservation.

Currently the Penn State Student Chapter of the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation is in its formative stages and hopes to recruit new members who are interested in conservation, natural sciences, education, and public relations.

The Penn State Student Chapter of the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation will work to encourage outdoor exploration, involve the community in continued conservation efforts, and educate others about the native wildlife and environment of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The group will also serve as a platform to allow students to network with professionals within the fields of conservation, natural sciences, education, and public relations. Guest speakers within these fields will be featured at the club's monthly meetings.

For more information about joining the Penn State Student Chapter of the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation, please email Alys Tucker at axt5319@psu.edu.

More information about the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation and their benefactors can be found at www.wildlifeforeveryone.org.

Submitted by Alys Tucker (axt5319@psu.edu)