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Gentle Giants: Can the National Parks’ Sequoias Survive Climate Change?

Editor’s note: This story will be featured in the Fall 2013 issue of National Parks magazine, slated to hit mailboxes […]

Standing with the Emotion of History

War is hell, but we keep visiting hell on a regular basis. There has been a regular string of wars […]

Joshua Tree National Park

No Trash, Just Treasure

Landfill Development Finally Defeated at Joshua Tree National Park

By David Lamfrom, California Desert Senior Program Manager We’ve been treated to quite a spring here in the California desert. […]

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Take a Hike! 19 Ways to Celebrate National Trails Day

This Saturday, June 1, is National Trails Day, a perfect excuse to get outside and explore a national park. I […]

The Merced River in Yosemite National Park.

Take Action to Protect Yosemite Valley’s Wild and Scenic Merced River

There are few places better known or more loved than Yosemite National Park. As a transplated Californian originally from Iowa, it […]