Colorado’s Grand Junction Book Cliffs showcase geological wonders that date back to the Age of Dinosaurs. Grand plateaus, mesas and buttes formed from Cretaceous sandstone loom above vast canyons lush with sagebrush and dotted juniper trees.
President Obama’s latest budget plan, released on Tuesday, March 4, strongly reaffirms his administration’s push to combat climate change by reducing harmful fossil fuel emissions and promoting clean energy technology.
The report, titled “Green Investments,” highlights the need for lawmakers to appropriately fund programs that safeguard America’s natural resources and the agencies that oversee them, which together account for only a tiny sliver of wh
About five years after Congress last protected any land as designated Wilderness, Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore has broken the streak, a fitting celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
America’s fascination with the outdoors began long before the growth of Hollywood in the early 20th century, and so it has been woven throughout our cinematic history as well. Typically, the role of wilderness in movies has been adversarial, playing on the trope of “man vs.