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From Glacierless National Park to the Neverglades: Meet your future national parks

On their 100th anniversary, Grist is exploring America’s national parks and the humans who use them. See the full series. The famous landscapes we love are ... peaks. In our lifetimes, the national pa... read more

Mountain Town News: Tahoe gets dumped on, but there will be far less by 2100

“We basically get 50 percent of our annual precipitation ... the connection between nature, environmentalism, politics and social class in the Yellowstone National Park area. “There’s a history, espec... read more

Shutdown provides unfortunate lesson for UI 'Politics of National Parks' class trip

The group moved on to Big Bend National Park for three nights, and Pahre added a hike and nature ... our parks and their integrity, to a bunch of college kids studying them, and even past the border t... read more

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Storyteller: An Interview with Terry Tempest Williams

OPEN ANY of Terry Tempest Williams’s 18 ... Friedlander’s image of Death Valley from the vantage point of a car window as the evolution of our own relationships with our national parks. Flocks of bird... read more


MPS crisis response team helps students process grief, confront trauma

Team members work full time in different schools and are trained to be a part of the group that responds to a crisis. "Our ... Parks. When the crisis response team members arrived at Keefe that Tuesda... read more

Yellowstone Park: America’s Cherished Cauldron of Death

That holds true in national parks, where the bounty of paved roads, groomed campsites and friendly rangers can make nature feel downright civilized. The great outdoors still pose risks to tourists and ... read more

Are Geotags Destroying Nature? The Growing Movement Against Geotags

It is little coincidence that tourism boards, national parks, and hotels all run Instagram pages promoting their unique locations and encouraging visitors to “share your favorite images with our hasht... read more

The future for biodiversity conservation isn’t more national parks

World Heritage-listed, it received $18 million for operating costs in 2008–09, much of which goes to managing the influx of tourists. Yet ... their varied impacts are making our national parks unsafe ... read more

Winkeler: Environmental contempt is evident

Putting the politics aside, it is shocking to see what is happening to our national ... pouring into the parks and trashing them. News photos have shown overflowing garbage bins. There have been other ... read more

Stop a selfie, save a life: Words of advice for the modern wilderness tourist

On their 100th anniversary, Grist is exploring America’s national ... of America’s parks, John Muir, penned numerous lines at the start of the last century that seem like they were directed at an audi... read more

Rare white giraffe spotted in East Africa

Now a year old, her chances for survival into adulthood are good if left unmolested, said Derek Lee, founder of The Wild Nature Institute which ... that is a patchwork of national parks, a cattle and ... read more

How the shutdown affects American vacationers

The partial government shutdown in the United States raises all sorts of questions for travelers on topics from aviation safety and security to passports and national parks. Although National ... CEO ... read more



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