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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.
Get Connected to Arctic Birds
Birds connect us all. They connect water, land, air and us to other people, cultures and countries far away.
From Wild Cats to Adventure Felines
October 29 is National Cat Day, a day to celebrate these purrfect creatures. Sure, Interior lands have bobcats, ocelots, lynx and cougars, but now more than ever, we are seeing adventure cats making appearances too!
13 Awesome Facts About Bats
They’ve been called creepy, scary and spooky, but bats are an important species that impact our daily lives in ways we might not even realize.
Fall in Love With Amazing Public Lands in Autumn
Public lands are amazing all year, but there’s something really magnificent about the arrival of fall colors.
Everything You Want to Know About Katmai National Park’s Fat Bears
Every fall, Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska hosts Fat Bear Week, an annual tournament celebrating the success of the bears at the park’s Brooks River.
Earth as Art: Stunning Landsat Images
In addition to their scientific value, many satellite images are simply lovely to look at. Satellites capture an incredible variety of views of Earth.
12 Facts About Otters for Sea Otter Awareness Week
Get ready for some awesome otter facts and photos. We promise that you’ll be otterly entertained!
Find Online Resources for Your Favorite Public Lands
Public lands are some of the best outdoor classrooms in the world. But thanks to their websites, they can be some of the best online classrooms, too.
Six Spectacular Lighthouses on Public Lands
National Lighthouse Day, which encourages the preservation of these historic structures, takes place annually on August 7. To celebrate, let’s take a tour of some of the spectacular lighthouses on public lands.
Longtime Bureau of Land Management Photographer Retires, Amazing Work Lives On
From the red rock canyonland lands of Utah to the tundra of Alaska and the intimate rainforests of Northern California and Oregon, there’s such diversity and beauty in our public lands.
Access to Adventure
During the month of July, we celebrate the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). At Interior, we observe and honor this important civil rights law that works to ensure all people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else.
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