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Citizen Scientists Dive into Lake Michigan to Combat Invasives and Help Save Birds at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

What Lies Beneath

Citizen Scientists Dive into Lake Michigan to Combat Invasives and Help Save Birds at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Ever wonder what lies beneath Lake Michigan? Emily Tyner, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has been working […]

Park Fees Should Benefit Park Visitors

Congress Needs to Act Soon So National Parks Can Keep the Fees They Collect

Have you ever marveled at the pink and red sandstone cliffs at Zion National Park while learning about the area’s […]

Persistent high temperatures could kill the namesake trees at Sequoia National Park.

We Can’t Afford to Wait

National Parks Play a Unique Role in Fighting Climate Change—and We Need Stricter Standards to Protect Them

The giant trees that give Sequoia National Park its name are some of the largest and longest-lived organisms in the […]

Organizations are joining together to remove the Harvell Dam to restore aquatic life in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

Bringing Down the Dams

Restoring Chesapeake National Park Waters One River at a Time

People talk about overcoming obstacles, but when advocates literally move tons of concrete to help their local river and its […]

The Blue Ridge Parkway.

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 […]