For over twenty years, Shell has worked with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, or NFWF for short in protecting fish, wildlife and habitats across the US. Learn more about the eight programs Shell supports near its major operations and cities and town where Shell employees live and work. These videos were underwritten by Shell and are a great tool to learn about NFWF grantees and the great work that they do. Check back frequently as videos are added monthly.

The Pecos River winds more than 900 miles from its headwaters in the ponderosa pine forests of northern New Mexico, through the Chihuahuan Desert grasslands of southeastern New Mexico and West Texas. The river supports some of the most biodiverse arid and semiarid ecosystems in the world. Watch this breathtaking video to learn more.

Wetlands not only host a variety of fish and wildlife, they can serve as a buffer for storms, floods and hurricanes. Watch how local organizations in Louisiana are working to restore these valuable natural areas.

The Five Star and Urban Waters program brings Shell employees to work alongside other volunteers to make a difference in lakes and rivers across the US.

Monarchs and other pollinators are critical to our food supply, but these magnificent creatures need our help.

Brook trout are native species to Western Pennsylvania. All they really need to thrive is access to cold water, good food and a nice habitat. These wandering fish swim to get food and spawn, but narrow or crushed culverts under road crossings can severely limit their mobility. This delightful video shows the efforts to restore their habitat and features a cameo of the elusive hellbender and other fun creatures.

The National Coastal Resilience Fund supports on-the-ground projects that engage communities and helps to reduce their vulnerability while benefiting fish and wildlife. These include coastal marshes and wetlands, dune and beach systems, oyster and coral reefs, mangroves, forests, coastal rivers, and barrier islands that help minimize the impacts of storms, rising sea levels and other extreme events.

Learn more about the Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program (KWRCP), which provides grants to conservation-focused nonprofits to help restore and enhance the populations of Chinook Salmon, the key prey for killer whales. Shell has been a part of the Anacortes, WA community since 1955 via the Puget Sound Refinery, and it identified the KWRCP as a key local conservation effort for the region. “We are proud to be a part of this collaborative effort through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation,” said Shirley Yap, Shell Puget Sound Refinery’s general manager. “We are committed to supporting regional research and conservation efforts that focus on recovering a species that is iconic to the Salish Sea and the cultural heritage of the Pacific Northwest.”

Bats for the Future Fund - Say the word “bat” and some people may recoil in horror. Bats are misunderstood creatures that prefer to do their own thing and avoid people. What often goes unrecognized is the positive impact that bats have in pollination and pest control. Learn about the benefits bats give us humans, the mysterious White Nose Syndrome, and efforts to fight the disease.

Inside Shell’s Environmental Stewardship

Partnerships in Conservation Educational Video Library

Shell teams up with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to protect iconic American wildlife and habitats.

Environmental Stewardship

For Shell, sustainability means providing essential energy for a growing population in a responsible way.

Conservation Activities

Over the past 100 years, Shell has continued to help preserve and protect our communities through conservation projects and initiatives.