• 6 reasons why the Interior Department should choose conservation over development in the remarkable Soda Mountains. Photo © Michael Gordon.

    Say No to Soda Mountain Solar

    Soda Mountain Solar is a proposed solar energy plant that developers want to build in the shadow of Mojave National Preserve, right in the heart of the California desert. This proposal is the most harmful solar development that the Interior Department is currently considering, and the agency’s final decision will determine whether builders can put […]

  • Pitch in to Help the Places You Love: 5 Ways to Find Your Voice

    Pitch in to Help the Places You Love

    5 Ways to Find Your Voice

    “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” –Theodore Roosevelt Soon the National Park System will celebrate its 100th birthday. Our national parks are among the most beloved places in America. Can you imagine what our country would be like if visionaries had not set aside places like Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, […]

  • Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Alaska

    The 10 Least-Visited Places in the Park System

    The Park Service recently released its visitation statistics for 2014. Some of the most popular parks, such as Great Smoky Mountains and Golden Gate, drew record numbers of visitors. But what about the underappreciated places where only a handful of adventurers go each year? Take a peek at these 10 under-the-radar national gems. Parks are […]

  • Everglades National Park, Florida.

    Finally, Here’s One Thing We Can All Agree On: Helping the Everglades

    What is it about the Everglades that brings people together who can’t otherwise seem to agree on anything? For example, you might not expect Democratic National Committee Chair and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to have much in common with Tea Party-backed Republican Congressman Curt Clawson. They have different views on immigration, health care, and what […]

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