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12 Pup Photos for National Puppy Day
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.
Celebrate the Anniversary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
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.
First 10 Days: Praise for Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Interior Department
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.
Theodore Roosevelt's Legacy
Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, has a proud legacy of Conservation.
Hunting and Fishing on National Parks and Fish and Wildlife Refuges
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.
Women’s History Month: Breaking the Glass Ceiling at Interior
March is Women’s History Month, and we’re honoring just a few of the notable women who broke the glass ceiling at Interior.
13 Things You Didn’t Know About Grand Canyon National Park
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.
President Trump Fulfills Promise to Miners, Signs Bipartisan Legislation to Repeal Stream Protection Rule
The President signs a joint resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act, eliminating the Stream Protection Rule.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial: A Presidential Tribute
Rising above the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a stunning sight to behold. Audacious in scale and magnificent in artistry, the massive sculpture is a memorial to four American presidents and so much more.
11 Photos of Affectionate Animals
Everywhere you look, you can see tender moments between couples -- including in the animal kingdom. This Valentine's Day say, "Awww!" with these sweet pics of animals showing affection.
Free Entrance Days for Public Lands - 2017
Every year, the Interior Department and other land-management agencies make it easier to visit America's special places by offering free admission to the public lands that charge an entrance fee.
15 Amazing Jobs at the Interior Department
Interior's mission is vast and wide ranging
Collaborating With Baihuashan 与百花山的合作 - Archive
Editor’s note: Interior Secretary Sally Jewell visited Baihuashan National Nature Reserve in 2015 for a signing ceremony promoting tourism and strengthening international partnership and collaboration between the U.S. and China. This is a blog authored in Chinese and English by our colleagues at the reserve (in conjunction with Interior) about how the ongoing collaboration is protecting and preserving one of China’s most rare species.
Fighting Climate Change and Discovering a Deeper Connection to My Aleut Culture - Archive
My name is Carter Price, I am of Aleut descent (the Aleuts are the indigenous people from the Aleutian Islands), and I’ve lived in Unalaska, Alaska for 18 years now. As I’ve grown older, I have been able to appreciate where I come from and what it means to be Aleut. Sharing my heritage is important to me, so it’s great that I get to share it with people as an Arctic Youth Ambassador. I was first introduced to the Arctic Youth Ambassadors by my friend Cade Emory Terada, who is also in the program.
Surpassing Our Goals - Archive
When the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations (Buy-Back Program) mailed its first set of purchase offers back in December 2013, to landowners with fractional land interests on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, it was hard to imagine the impact the Program would have across Indian Country. But, after reaching agreements with 41 tribes to cooperatively implement the Program, its progress has exceeded expectations.
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