June, 2014

14 Summer Learning Adventures in National Parks

School may be out for the summer, but there are plenty of ways to explore science, history, and the arts—with […]

National Park Construction Projects in Jeopardy

An FAQ on the Highway Trust Fund

In Massachusetts, park officials barricaded a bridge leading into Lowell National Historical Park because bricks in the structure could fall […]

Jumping Asian carp

Fishy Business

New Law Will Help Lock Invasive Carp out of National Park Waterways

Imagine paddling along in your canoe or going for a swim in a tranquil national park river, enjoying a perfect […]

Teresa Baker in Yosemite National Park.

“100% Community-Driven”

A Q&A with Teresa Baker, Founder of the African American National Parks Event

California outdoorswoman Teresa Baker doesn’t just love national parks. She encourages thousands of people around the country to love them, […]

The Confederate Powder Works chimney and textile mills on the Augusta Canal.

A Unique City with an Explosive Past

Explore Georgia's historic and picturesque Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

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