The Latest News & Views

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

  • “I’ll need some time off in November to go to Assateague to band owls.”

  • There's a new on-line resource available that can help you plan your hiking forays in Glacier National Park long before you set foot in the park.

    Compiled by Jeff Doran, who previously put together an on-line hiking guide to Great Smoky Mountains National Park,

Monday, November 14th, 2011

  • [i]Editor's note: The U.S. Bureau of Land Management earlier this month released a draft Environmental Impact Statement examining expansion of the Coal Hollow Mine near Bryce Canyon National Park to more than 3,500 acres. In this guest column, RL Miller, a California-based attorney who keeps watch on public lands issues, questions the wisdom of such an expansion.

  • A special program that recalls the Japanese invasion of Guam during World War II will be presented at War in the Pacific National Historical Park next month.

    On December 10, 1941, Japanese troops invaded the U.S.

  • A year after Utah's only coal strip mine opened near Bryce Canyon National Park, the U.S.