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Why American national parks might be reservation-only in the future
The National Park System and the ecosystems it encompasses are buckling under our love.
The story behind our new national park and its unique legacy
New River Gorge in West Virginia stands out with its hunting, fishing, and exploring opportunities.
The fight to save America’s most endangered mammal
Black-footed ferrets could come back from near extinction, but some ranchers don’t want them on public lands.
How the Trump border wall sapped a desert oasis dry
Ancient springs might not survive unchecked construction during the pandemic.
The Trump administration’s environmental legacy can be undone. Here’s how.
The secret isn’t just fixing the system, it’s bulletproofing it against future attacks.
Drilling the Arctic refuge doesn’t make sense—but Trump wants it to happen anyway
“This would be a complete industrialization of the wildest place left in America.”
One of the country’s top environmental officials has been serving illegally
The US Senate and Department of Justice are sparring over one of the most powerful appointments in the Interior Department.
Six ways the 2020 census will change your life
From land use to health care access, the count is about more than voting districts.
The Trump administration opened the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil companies—but none may bite
Low oil prices, a pandemic-driven recession, and looming elections add up to highly unfavorable conditions for remote drilling operations.
The Great American Outdoors Act proves that grassroots advocacy and democracy still work
With dedicated funds from Congress, we can start to fix our national parks and set aside new green spaces for wildlife and public uses.