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  • A group of African-American women and children pose for a photo on a boardwalk in front of a forest.
    Information icon Palm Beach, Broward, and Belle Glade Chapters of Zeta Phi Beta visit the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge for the Pearls in the Wild Program. Photo by David Vela, USFWS.

    Service partners with Zeta Phi Beta

    June 12, 2017 | 2 minute read

    The Fish and Wildlife Service entered into a nationally recognized partnership with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – one of the nation’s largest and most influential African American organizations. This relationship supports the Service’s Urban Wildlife Refuge Program which provides opportunities for non-traditional audiences to learn about and enjoy natural areas and public lands around them. This partnership also sparked the creation of Zeta Phi Beta’s Pearls in the Wild initiative which introduces youth to the value of natural resources and nurtures the next generation of conservationists.  Learn more...

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