The Latest News & Views

Friday, January 11th, 2008

  • A natural resources juxtapositonal twist of fate has placed the spectacular Canyonlands National Park and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in close proximity to an energy deposit whose extraction could sully the park units.

    Even the U.S.

  • The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees sees no need to change gun laws in the national parks, saying that allowing the public to carry weapons in the parks could jeopardize the safety of visitors.

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Thursday, January 10th, 2008

  • In a bid to protect endangered species as well as national park viewsheds and landscapes, a coalition of conservation and environmental organizations is suing the U.S. Department of Energy over its National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors plans for the Mid-Atlantic and Southwestern states.

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

  • Coming to the national park nearest you, professional hockey!

    OK, not every national park, just Yosemite National Park. And really, it's semi-pro hockey, not the NHL.

  • Nestled in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Wind Cave National Park preserves not only its namesake cave, but one of the last remnants of the mixed-grass prairie that once covered the majority of the Northern Plains.