(Re)Naming the Annual Meeting

We Need Your Ideas!

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Annual Meeting is the longest-running gathering of grassroots wildlife conservation advocates in the nation. For more than 80 years, we have convened delegates from our state affiliates annually to govern our Federation, set policy, and share ideas.

After several years of planning, we are launching a new, expanded Annual Meeting beginning in 2021 that will bring in more people, amplify the leadership of our affiliates, give voice to more leaders on more issues, and help us build, broaden, and strengthen an authentic and diverse American conservation movement.

To launch this new meeting, we’re looking for a new name.  We want a name that is differentiated, reflects the event and its goals, and incites excitement and joy about wildlife conservation.  A good name for this landmark event will claim a strong brand, motivate participants, and define this meeting as the leading convening in the wildlife conservation movement for decades to come.

And we need your help to do it!  To find the perfect name for this new meeting, we are looking to the members of our Federation family for ideas.

Please submit your suggestion for a name for this new conference here.  Deadline for entry is November 20, 2020.

In addition to seeing your suggestion on the masthead of the biggest gathering of conservation leaders in America, the winner will also receive a collection of Ranger Rick Nostalgia T-shirts and a $200 gift card!