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Volunteer for National Public Lands Day
Learn more about some of the incredible ways you can volunteer on your public lands this National Public Lands Day!
A Vision for the Future
The Interior Department's Strategic Plan for fiscal year 2022-2026 integrates equity, justice, climate, and environmental management into the breadth of activities in which the agency engages.
13 Turtle-ly Awesome Photos for World Turtle Day
Celebrate turtles and all they do with 13 awesome facts and photos about turtles!
12 Jobs That Support Interior’s Unique Mission
Earth, water, air, fire — Interior covers it all! Our mission is a unique one and we have an impressive and diverse team that works hard to achieve it every day.
Wild for Wildflowers
From early spring to late fall, nature puts on a spectacular show with wildflower blooms across the country.
10 Tips to Prevent Wildfires
Nationally, almost 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by humans. These preventable wildfires threaten lives, property and our precious natural resources.
Meet the Wyoming Toad
The Wyoming toad once flourished in the wetlands and rivers of southeastern Wyoming. Now, it is one of the most endangered amphibian species in North America.
A Conversation with Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Deputy Director Glenda Owens
Glenda Owens serves as Deputy Director of OSMRE. We asked her to share her path to the Department of the Interior, the work of OSMRE, and how addressing abandoned mine land helps Interior to tackle the climate crisis.
Unique Ways to Experience DC’s Cherry Blossoms
The blooming of the cherry trees around the Tidal Basin in Washington has come to symbolize the natural beauty of our nation's capital city. The famous trees — a gift from Japan in 1912 — signal Washington's rite of spring with an explosion of life and color that surrounds the Tidal Basin in a sea of pale pink and white blossoms.
7 Tips from Women in STEM at Interior
To ensure that the doors are open to future leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, we asked Dr. Candi Hudson, a mechanical engineer for oil spill response with the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, and Tershara Matthews, chief of Emerging Programs with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, for their advice, insights and experiences.
An Agenda Rooted in Environmental Justice
The Department of the Interior is implementing an ambitious agenda to center justice, equity and inclusion in all our work.
20 Public Lands To Explore This Winter
Across the country, America’s public lands are becoming winter wonderlands. Check out these awesome places to visit during the winter.
A Year of Progress: Interior’s Bold Actions
Interior has taken bold action this year to steward the nation’s public lands, strengthen important environmental protections, pursue environmental justice, and honor our relationships with Tribal Nations.
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
November is Native American Heritage Month! It’s a time to celebrate the rich histories, diverse cultures and important contributions of our nation’s first people.
Get Connected to Arctic Birds
Birds connect us all. They connect water, land, air and us to other people, cultures and countries far away.
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