Secretary Salazar Farewell Ceremony
The farewell ceremony for Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar at the Department of the Interior's Yates Auditorium, March 25, 2013.
This Week at Interior, March 22, 2013
The Statue of Liberty will reopen by the 4th of July; a new bridge over the Tamiami Trail; Big Branch Wildlife Refuge continues to bounce back from a hurricane and an oil spill; a new peak bloom date for Washington DC's cherry blossoms.
The Geology of Wine - The Science of Good Taste
Larry Meinert discusses how physical factors affect food quality in France, California, and Washington State.
This Week at Interior March 15, 2013
The National Park Service designates 13 new national landmarks; a new visitor center at Harriet Tubman State Park; three new renewable energy sites in California and Nevada; and new tribal regulations approved in New Mexico under the HEARTH Act.
The Science of Good Taste – Geology, Wine, and Food
Larry Meinert discusses how physical factors affect food quality, examining some food and wine producing areas in France, California, and Washington State.
This Week at Interior March 8, 2013
President Obama signs the Violence Against Women Act at the Department of the Interior; and the National Park Service says Washington DC's cherry blossoms will reach their peak March 26 - 30.
This Week at Interior March 1 , 2013
A new report shows the positive impact of National Parks on local communities; Governors and delegates from island territories gather in Washington DC for the annual IGIA Plenary Session; and an update on storm damage at the Statue of Liberty.
IGIA Annual Senior Plenary Session
Soundbites include Guam Governor Eddie Calvo, American Samoa Congressman Eni Faleomvaega, and U.S. Virgin Islands Congresswoman Donna Christensen.
IGIA Annual Senior Plenary Session
Soundbites from IGIA Annual Senior Plenary Session
This Week at Interior February 22, 2013
This Week: A meteorite in Russia recalls a much bigger collision on the U.S. East Coast, 35 million years ago; Death Valley gets a new designation; and Presidents Day finds the Washington Nationals' mascots at Mount Rushmore.
This Week at Interior February 15, 2013
A new Landsat lifts off for Earth orbit; a new initiative to honor the heritage of Asian American Pacific Islanders; the nation gets a new National Park; and the Department of the Interior sends out a special Valentine's Day greeting.
Happy Valentine's Day
A special Valentine's Day greeting, from all of us here at the Department of the Interior.
This Week at Interior February 8, 2013
Welcome to the first installment of the Interior Department's weekly video series, This Week at Interior.
Inauguration Open House
The Department of the Interior hosted an open house for the public on Friday as part of the Presidential Inaugural activities taking place around Washington, DC. Take a look and learn more about the Department of the Interior.
Top Stories of 2012
A look back at some of the Top Stories of 2012 at the Department of the Interior
Secretary Salazar's Holiday Message
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar wishes a happy holiday season to all Department of the Interior employees and their families.
Cloud Computing Contracting
Sabrina Segal's presentation on cloud computing contracting.
White House Tribal Nations Conference 2012
Leaders from the federally recognized tribes and senior government officials participated in the White House Tribal Nations Conference hosted by President Obama December 5, 2012.
T. Lovejoy - Conservation and Global Change: The Role of Biology and Resource Management
Dr. Thomas Lovejoy speaks about the role of conservation biology and resource management for a changing planet.
Secretary Salazar's Tribal Nations Conference Address Outlines Progress
"I am proud of what we have done together over the past four years to build a solid foundation – a lasting framework - for a bright, prosperous and more fulfilling future for the First Americans." -- Interior Secretary Ken Salazar