The Trump Administration is taking unprecedented action to do away with our national monuments - putting tens of millions of acres of public land, YOUR land, at risk.
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Our parks need climate action, but Trump chooses to go against global consensus and the majority of Americans in favor of controlling fossil fuel emissions.
Black History Month is a time to remember and honor the many groups and individuals who contributed to the success and achievements of this country as well as to advancement for African Americans as a people.
One of the most visible ways climate change is threatening our national parks and other wildlands is rising sea levels.
On August 2, guidance from the Obama administration on the National Environmental Policy Act ensures that federal agencies fully address greenhouse
More than 2,000 acres in the region around the renowned Chaco Canyon area will no longer be available for oil and gas leasing auctions.
Just as you rely on wild places to rejuvenate and restore you, those places rely on you to keep them in good condition.
The study, released in January, researched various pika populations in eight western national parks as a means to understand climate impacts on pikas throughout the nation.
A 2014 report determined that up to one-quarter of the total land area of national parks is vulnerable to the effects of plan
These are your public lands, so be sure to make the most of them year-round.
On Nov. 4, Bishop struck out at our nation’s most important parks conservation program, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, (LWCF).
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