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National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Montana, Office of the Secretary, Blog Post
Purple flowers line the roadside with rugged mountains and a green valley in the background
5/9/2017

On May 11, 1910, President William Taft signed a bill into law establishing Glacier National Park. Learn more about the Crown of the Continent as we celebrate this iconic national park.

 

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Idaho, Blog Post
A firefighter carriers heavy tools and walks by a tree and grass on fire.
5/4/2017

Fire is one of nature’s most powerful forces. While fire can be destructive, it can also be rejuvenating and a partner to the stewards of our nation’s public lands.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California, Blog Post
A twisty tree under a starry night
4/25/2017

Trees help clean the air, provide habitat for wildlife, help conserve soil and water, and are the source of an entire industry that support jobs and the economy.

History, Blog Post
Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir riding horses
4/21/2017

John Muir was a well-known Conservationist and friend of President Theodore Roosevelt who fought for the preservation of Yosemite and other National Parks.

U.S. Geological Survey, Texas, Office of the Secretary, New Energy Frontier, Blog Post
two circle samples of earth held in a person's hands
4/18/2017

It is just the latest example of how the USGS Energy and Minerals Mission Area provides the nation with unbiased research and assessments that focus on the location, quantity, and quality of mineral and energy resources, including the economic and environmental effects of resource extraction and use. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Blog Post
blue sky, red rock landscape and a concrete dam
4/10/2017

An important part of Interior's mission is supplying the energy necessary to power America. Check out some facts about Interior's roles as an energy leader.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Blog Post
Dirt tracks curve through a grassy field with mountains in the distance.
4/3/2017

Planning a trip to a national park? Consider pairing it with a visit to a neighboring public land.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Colorado, Guam, Blog Post
A fuzzy fox pup lies on its side holding a sprig of grass in its mouth.
3/21/2017

Celebrate National Puppy Day on March 23 with some of our favorite photos of the different types of puppies that you can find on public lands.

National Park Service, Alaska, California, Colorado, Blog Post
Sunlight streams through the limbs of a large tree on a misty morning in a meadow.
3/13/2017

More than 50 million people visit refuges every year, creating economic booms for local communities. These visitors generated nearly $2.4 billion in consumer spending and supported over 35,000 local jobs. Find a wildlife refuge near you to witness the curious behavior of mammals, hear the sweet melodies of birds, cast a line into a rippling river and more. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, Blog Post
A native american man in ornate traditional clothes holds large feathers and dances with other Native Americans inside a large room.
3/10/2017

The BIA is just one part of Interior that serves the nation’s federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, their reservations, communities, and members.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, White House, Blog Post
Secretary Zinke signs document as many witness and applaud in the background
3/10/2017

Ryan Zinke was sworn-in as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior on March 1, 2017. He immediately got to work, expanding access to America’s public lands and demonstrating his commitment to the issues facing Native American communities. 

History, Blog Post
Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir stand in Yosemite National Park
3/1/2017

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, has a proud legacy of Conservation.

America's Great Outdoors, Blog Post
Hunter on ridge in clouds
3/1/2017

Americans have the opportunity to hunt and fish on public lands managed by the Department of the Interior as part of the Department’s multiple-use policy.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Blog Post
Historic black and white photo of a woman in a National Park Service uniform standing in front of a large pile or elk antlers.
3/1/2017

March is Women’s History Month, and we’re honoring just a few of the notable women who broke the glass ceiling at Interior.

National Park Service, Arizona, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Blog Post
A brilliant sun peaks out from the clouds in the evening, casting a yellow light on the orange canyon speckled with green trees and shrubs
2/23/2017

For more than a century, tourists from all over the world have visited the Grand Canyon to experience its awe-inspiring vistas. As we celebrate nearly 100 years of protecting this special place, check out 13 great facts about this Arizona icon.

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