The climate change story in America’s southwest can be told in two different ways.
President Roosevelt’s creation of the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Florida enjoys a prominent place in conservation lore, both for the public lands precedent it set and the rather
A new report shows that 2013 was a record-shattering year for solar power, the biggest contender for becoming our nation’s leading clean energy source.
Editor's Note: Annette's blog is part of a four-part series in which our
When it comes to making life better for you, what’s more important than exercise, companionship or even sleep?
Designated wilderness areas are delightful places to experience the magical unfolding of spring. Wild lands offer magnificent destinations for outdoor recreation - whether it's hiking, wildlife-watching, climbing, canoeing or snowshoeing.
With the usual threats of development as well as stretched budgets and resources, the last thing public lands need now are more stressors.
A few hours’ drive from San Francisco, dramatic rocky coastline buffets fields of vibrant wildflowers near the juncture of the Garcia River and the mighty Pacific Ocean.
Most Americans turned their clocks “ahead” for Daylight Savings Time on March 10.
Replete with hoodoos and spectacular rock shapes, visitors may feel they have somehow traveled to a new planet. Round boulders layered with sandstone look like strange eggs.