September, 2013

Why One of My Favorite Places Doesn’t Fit on NPCA’s Clean Air Timeline

The 8,000-Year Park

Why One of My Favorite Places Doesn’t Fit on NPCA’s Clean Air Timeline

The first time I visited Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona, it literally expanded my world. You can sign NPCA’s […]

How Is the Government Shutdown Affecting National Parks?

You can urge your members of Congress to re-open parks and support full funding for the Park Service by taking […]

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Focus on Water: Florida Ups the Ante in Everglades Restoration with $90 Million Funding Surprise

Disastrous flooding in South Florida is making the news again as water from Lake Okeechobee overflows and is released through the […]

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Silos and Smokestacks Showcases Farming and Food Production in America’s Heartland

This story is part of our series on national heritage areas, the large lived-in landscapes managed through innovative partnerships to […]

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GirlTrek Takes On National Parks and Helps Black Women and Girls Take Back Their Health

During the month of August, black women and girls from across the country laced up their boots and stepped out […]