Prairie wildflowers, cranberries, apples, and other crops are feeling the sting of the rusty patched bumble bee’s declining population. To help the species recover, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has designated it endangered, thanks to the work of a conservation nonprofit.
With the announcement of a new public notice website, the Virginia Press Association hopes to safeguard a revenue source for its members, as well as their function as the town criers.
New York City is allocating $2 million in grants to nonprofit theaters throughout the city, with the goal of allowing theaters to target diverse staffs and audiences.
To better meet its members’ education needs, CUES is rolling out a type of e-learning that offers more interaction than traditional online education formats do.
At least 20 major retailers are taking part in RISE Up, an education effort announced by the National Retail Federation’s nonprofit foundation this week.
Hoping to fulfill its mission of preventing injuries and death, the National Safety Council created a new kit that enables organizations to teach their employees the skills required to weather an emergency situation.
With a new production arm, the African American Film Critics Association is using its film-industry knowledge to help launch a financial literacy campaign with the largest black-owned bank in the United States.
For more than 40 years, the U.S. Senate Press Secretaries Association has helped communication pros do their jobs—in part by helping its members get outside of the Beltway every once in a while.
Saying that a bill introduced in Austin last week would discriminate against the LGBT community and hurt business in Texas, ASAE and others in the hospitality, meetings, and association industries announced a joint campaign to oppose it.
To better serve its mission and its stakeholders, the American Medical Association created a new content strategy that provided the scaffolding for its website redesign. Here’s a look at how it was done.