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A Summer at Grand Teton National Park - Archive
Get the inside scoop from a park ranger on what to see when visiting Grand Teton National Park.
My World Interrupted - Archive
Esau Sinnok, Arctic Youth Ambassador
Arctic Youth Ambassador tells the story of how climate change is pushing him out of the only home he’s ever known
Smart Science: App Helps Protect Shorebirds - Archive
Since releasing iPlover, scientists have gathered data across 1500 km of piping plover breeding range. That equals about a third of the distance across the U.S, which is a large area to cover for only 2,000 breeding pairs of piping plovers on the east coast.
Beyond Forests: Innovative Conservation Solutions at Work in Diverse Landscapes - Archive
Globally, the degradation of forests, agricultural areas, wetlands, and other important landscapes account for nearly one-quarter of greenhouse gas emissions today.
Wisdom: Oldest Living Banded Bird Returns to Wildlife Refuge - Archive
Wisdom -- the oldest living, banded, wild bird -- returned to Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge on November 19, 2015, after a year at sea.
Through My Lens - Archive
Learn what it's like to be a photographer for the Secretary of the Interior Department.
8 Things You Didn't Know about Zion National Park - Archive
Check out these interesting facts about Utah’s first national park as we celebrate Zion's 96th birthday.
#AskInterior: How climate change is impacting wildlife - Archive
Have questions about what climate change is doing to wildlife, how they are adapting and what you can do to help? Join us for a Twitter chat on Wednesday, November 18, at 1 pm ET.
9 animals that are feeling the impacts of climate change - Archive
As temperatures rise, sea ice melts and wildfires burn longer, it’s having a dramatic effect on wildlife. Here are 9 species that are already being impacted by climate change.
GEO Commits to Unleash the Power of Open Data to Address Global Challenges - Archive
The intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) concluded its twelfth Plenary session and fourth MinisterialSummit in Mexico City with commitments to share data on Earth observations at a time of exponential data growth, human development and climate change.
Providing Digital Pathways for Native Youth Success - Archive
As part of the Obama Administration’s Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) initiative to invest in opportunities for Native youth success, Interior is moving forward with a public-private partnership between the Department and Verizon to provide more than 1,000 Native American students nationwide with improved access to digital technology in their classrooms and dorms.
A 21st Century Approach to Balancing Development and Conservation of Public Resources - Archive
Today President Obama issued an historic Presidential Memorandum underscoring his conviction that “we all have a moral obligation to the next generation to leave America’s natural resources in better condition than we inherited them.” To guide the Department’s implementation of the Presidential Memorandum, today the Interior Department issued a new Departmental policy.
Hiking the Chilkoot Trail: A 4th-Grader’s Story - Archive
Before starting 4th grade, Abigail Tidlow-Tranel and her family spent five days backpacking the Chilkoot Trail -- a 33-mile-long hike that spans from Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska, to a neighboring national park site in British Columbia. Abigail is one of the four million 4th graders (and their families) that get a free pass to federal lands and waters thanks to Every Kid in a Park.
Happy 129th Birthday to the Statue of Liberty - Archive
In sadness and celebration, the Statue of Liberty comforts and inspires our nation. After these 129 years, it’s impossible to imagine an America without the Statue of Liberty.
Hurricane Sandy: 3 Years of Recovery - Archive
Three years after Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc on the East Coast, Interior has invested $787 million to help coastal communities rebuild and become better prepared for future storms. Learn more about how Interior is making a difference in the Northeast.
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