Recognizing that climate change is one of the most critical challenges the world faces today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) provided support to DOI: International Technical Assistance Program (ITAP) to help build the capacity of developing countries to monitor land cover changes and calculate related carbon emissions.
Learn about the history of Ford's Theatre in the federal city and the major events during the Civil War that relate to John Wilkes Booth and the assassination of President Lincoln.
From nutria to lionfish, learn how and when incentivized harvest can be used as an effective tool for ecosystem management.
Learn how the histories of National Geographic and the National Park Service intersect.
Four tyrannosaurs make their way to D.C.
Department of the Interior Museum curator Tracy Baetz introduces "POSTERity: WPA's Art Legacy & America's Public Lands."
Hear how the art programs of the 1930s created a lasting legacy.
Learn how data from sediment core informs restoration in the Everglades.
Learn how the 2011 Virginia earthquake damaged the 555-foot-tall Washington Monument and how it was repaired.
Design a garden with native plants that attract and support pollinators.
Explore a renaissance in the field of paleontology and what new fossil discoveries are on the Learn about the soluble rock layers can be found beneath a quarter of the United States.
Explore a renaissance in the field of paleontology and what new fossil discoveries are on the horizon.
Learn about the delicate interaction between plants and animals, climate change, and environmental health.