Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has instituted a vague plan to keep national parks open if there is a government shutdown, but without park rangers to supervise them. It doesn't change the way he and the Trump administration have neglected our public lands.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke frequently calls himself a Teddy Roosevelt conservationist. When he was nominated, we graded him using the Teddy-o-Meter, and now we're taking another look to see how his promises have held up. Spoiler: The results are not pretty.