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Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
A white sand beach is littered with a large amount of colorful and clear plastic trash like balls and bottles.
6/7/2018

Covering over 70 percent of the planet, oceans connect us all. Whether you live close by or thousands of miles away, oceans are vital to our well being. They impact our weather, are home to marine life, provide us with food, and are a place to work and play for millions.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Blog Post
A person paddles a blue rubber boat down a calm, wide river past tall green trees under a cloudy, blue sky.
6/5/2018

With approximately 3.6 million miles of streams -- including 12,734 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers -- the United States has some incredible stretches of water for your next river trip.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Blog Post
A white man and two white boys wearing hiking backpacks walk up a hillside covered in wildflowers.
6/1/2018

The staff at Interior knows these special places as well as anyone and recently sent in pictures and memories of spending family time on public lands. We hope these stories will encourage more people to get out and enjoy their public lands together.

National Park Service, Oregon, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Blog Post
Snow covered cliffs with scattered green trees slope down to a blue lake.
5/21/2018

Established on May 22, 1902, Crater Lake National Park in Oregon is a natural wonder born out of a cataclysmic volcanic eruption.

National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alabama, California, Blog Post
A small baby turtle hatches out of an egg. Just its head and front arms have broken through the shell, which sits in dark orange sand.
5/18/2018

Celebrate turtles and all they do with 13 awesome facts and photos about turtles!

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
An African American man in a tan BLM police uniform shows a white couple their location on a map spread out on the hood of a car.
5/14/2018

Across Interior, over 3,500 law enforcement officers safeguard lives, protect our national treasures, defend wildlife, and preserve the natural and cultural resources entrusted to the Department.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Blog Post
A mother and baby bison walk through the grass
5/10/2018

For Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating some of the hard-working moms in the animal kingdom.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Blog Post
An Asian American woman in a green USGS shirt and safety gear kneels on a large rock and lowers a metal scientific instrument into the white water of a river below her.
5/7/2018

With sharp minds and skilled hands, dedicated employees across the nation accomplish a breathtaking variety of tasks to support the Department of the Interior’s mission and serve the American people. In science, safety, energy, water, wildlife and so much more, Interior experts lead the way.

National Park Service, Alaska, Arizona, California, Blog Post
Two kayaks sit on the rocky shore. A bright sunset shines over the blue water, and a forest lines the shore's edge.
4/20/2018

Check out these top ten alternatives to popular national parks.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico, Office of the Secretary, CreativeComms, Blog Post
A man in a blue jacket and tan hat looks surveys wildlife on a blue sunny day by looking through a telescope.
4/16/2018

Volunteers are vital to managing our public lands. They help greet visitors, staff events, maintain trails and conserve wildlife habitat. Many volunteer a few hours a week, but one passionate volunteer has logged 25,000+ hours surveying wildlife at Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico -- that’s equal to working full time for more than 12 years. Dr. James "Jim" Montgomery, Jr.has been there longer than any other volunteer or or staff member at Bitter Lake Refuge. Jim is one of the Service's top record-holders for volunteer hours.

Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, Blog Post
Silhouettes of trees stand against a vibrant blue, starry sky. The Milky Way perfectly arcs above the trees.
4/13/2018

Some of the last harbors of dark skies, public lands provide unspoiled views of the stars glittering above.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Michigan, Office of the Secretary, CreativeComms, Blog Post
A small yellow and grey bird sits on a tree branch.
4/11/2018

After years of population declines, the Kirtland’s warbler -- often called Michigan’s Bird of Fire -- is rising from the ashes of near-extinction.

National Park Service, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, CreativeComms, Blog Post
The orange sun rises on a foggy morning above a civil war canyon standing on a grassy lawn next to a field of tall corn plants.
4/9/2018

The Civil War was one of the darkest periods in American history. To better understand the people and events of that terrible time, it’s helpful to visit the battlefields, homes and historic places where the war unfolded. Fulfilling its role as America’s storyteller, the National Park Service preserves over 75 of these locations. By no means a complete list, below are a few of the many places that help tell the story of the Civil War from beginning to end.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California, Blog Post
A flower with large white petals surrounded by green leaves grows on the sandy desert floor.
4/5/2018

Originally listed as endangered in 1978, the Eureka Valley evening primrose is no longer in need of protection thanks to the combined work of Death Valley National Park, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Land Management. 

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, District of Columbia, Blog Post
A man holds out two plates each with three open tacos. Bright green, orange, and purple colors can be seen in the tortillas.
4/2/2018

We’re cooking up some of our favorite recipes! From pot pies to berry cobblers, all of these dishes include ingredients that you can hunt, fish or forage on public lands.

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