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10 Alternatives to Popular National Parks
There’s no better vacation than a trip to a national park. However, many national parks are having an especially busy season in 2021. Check out these top ten alternatives to popular national parks.
Check out these extra-terrific photos of the moon!
Celebrate Latino Conservation Week
Latino Conservation Week provides an opportunity for Latino communities to come together and demonstrate their passion for our natural, cultural and recreational resources.
Get Hooked on Fishing on Public Lands and Waters
Fishing is a favorite outdoor pastime for many people. Alone or with friends and family, fishing can be a fun and relaxing opportunity to enjoy the outdoors.
America the Beautiful: Our Work to Conserve at Least 30% of Lands and Waters by 2030
America the Beautiful is a call to action to support conservation and restoration efforts across America.
Top River Trips on America’s Public Waters
With approximately 3.6 million miles of streams — including 13,413 miles of Wild and Scenic Rivers — the United States has some incredible stretches of water.
This Juneteenth, Celebrate Freedom Day at an Interior site
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, celebrates another important step towards the end of slavery in the United States.
Interior Department Celebrates Ocean Month
The ocean connects the world in a way that no other natural resource does. As we celebrate Ocean Month, the Department of the Interior recognizes the broad responsibility we have for maintaining healthy ocean and coastal resources, and the impact our work has around the globe.
Get Outdoors in the Great Outdoors
Recreating in nature offers us opportunities to better connect with the Earth and inspire us to be good stewards of these wild places that we preserve and protect.
Interior Celebrates Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Communities
Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities make our nation more vibrant through a diversity of cultures, languages and religions.
Honoring Law Enforcement Officers at Interior
National Police Week is a time to recognize all law enforcement officers. Across Interior, over 3,500 law enforcement officers safeguard lives, protect our national treasures, defend wildlife, and preserve the natural and cultural resources entrusted to the Department.
Recognizing Our Outstanding Public Servants
Every day, the dedicated employees of Interior go to work for the American people. Some are preserving the past and others are planning for the future.
We Asked Secretary Deb Haaland Questions About National Park Week and She Answered
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland is a big fan of the national parks system. In honor of National Park Week, she shared her experiences and favorite memories of past visits to national parks and historic sites, her role at Interior, and her vision for how we can all be great stewards of our public lands.
National parks are magnificent places to witness geology in action, and to learn how to coexist with our dynamic planet.
A Virtual Itinerary for National Park Week
National Park Week is an annual celebration in April designed to highlight America’s treasured natural and cultural sites, as well as the communities and partnerships that sustain them.
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