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The Ultimate Public Lands Playlist
Want to take a short break from your day and escape on a virtual visit to some of the most wonderful places in America? In the spirit of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land,” we had some fun matching popular places with a variety of songs, each meant to capture the spirit and experience of your next great adventure.
2019 Share the Experience Photo Contest Winners
The Share the Experience photo contest gives amateur photographers the chance to showcase their skills by capturing the beauty of our nation’s public lands and waters. The Grand Prize photograph will appear on next year's America the Beautiful Federal Recreation Lands Pass and earns the photographer $10,000.
Interior Takes Steps to Improve Federal-State Cooperation in Mining Regulations
Lanny E. Erdos, Acting Director of the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement
Better coordination promotes sharing of resources, saves time, and eliminates duplicative efforts, resulting in a more effective implementation of standards, and further ensures the safety of the general public and the protection of the environment.
National Parks are National Treasures
Take a virtual visit to celebrate National Park Week.
12 Things You Didn't Know About Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve
Dive into some facts about this unique and amazing landscape.
Don't Forget to Celebrate Plants on World Wildlife Day
Each year, World Wildlife Day is celebrated on March 3rd. The date was chosen to commemorate the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. While many people use the opportunity to rightly celebrate the awesomeness of animals like elephants, jaguars, whales, and parrots, this year we want to give plants their due on World Wildlife Day!
Interior Women Make More History
March is Women’s History Month, and we’re highlighting notable firsts for women at Interior and our bureaus.
11 Fun Facts About Mount Rainier National Park
Only 60 miles outside of Seattle, Mount Rainier is an iconic part of Washington’s landscape.
The Conservation Legacy of Theodore Roosevelt
Learn more about how President Theodore Roosevelt earned his spot on Mount Rushmore.
Interior on the World Stage for Conservation
A few ways Interior works with International Partners to benefit people and the planet
How Interior is Increasing Access to Public Lands
With short term gains and long term focus, Interior continues to fulfill our mission of conserving America’s great outdoors and ensuring that generations can enjoy our natural and cultural treasures.
What’s In Your Picnic Basket?
Your guide of what to eat at some of our favorite public lands.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Badlands National Park
Near the Black Hills of South Dakota, Badlands National Park grants visitors access to 244,000 acres of scenic landscapes, incredible geological formations, diverse wildlife and much more.
The Vehicles of Interior: What Employees Use to Get the Job Done
Take a look at some of the specialized vehicles that are used to manage our public lands.
10 Great Public Lands for Running
Whether you prefer flat, paved paths, or steep, single-track switchbacks, your best run is waiting at one of America’s public lands.
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