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#FindYourWay on America' s Wild and Scenic Rivers
Since the Wild and Scenic Rivers act was passed in 1968, 208 river segments have been protected across the country. Read more to learn about 15 Wild and Scenic Rivers you should explore!
Made In America: 12 things brought to you by the Interior Department
For over 170 years, the Department of the Interior has provided invaluable resources to the country -- supplying the nation with programs and products that are Made In America and the serve the public.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About the Bureau of Land Management
For more than 70 years, Bureau of Land Management has remained a small agency with a big job -- managing public lands for multiple-uses like recreation and natural resource development for the benefit of present and future generations.
The color of summer: Wildflowers on public lands
Check out some of our favorite wildflowers and the public lands they brighten.
Mammoth Cave: Explore the World’s Longest Cave
Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave National Park may not be on your radar, its record-breaking caves, diverse forest and fascinating history make it a one-of-a-kind adventure.
8 Powerful Facts About Interior's Role in American Energy Dominance
An important part of Interior's mission is supplying the energy necessary to power America. Check out some facts about Interior's long history in delivering power to Americans.
5 cool things about the Duck Stamp
As we mark the start of this year’s stamp sales, we’re highlighting some of the cool things about the Duck Stamp.
6 Interior Infrastructure Projects that Benefit the Public
Explore 6 infrastructure projects under the Interior Department
#FindYourWay on America’s Scenic and Historic Trails
As we get ready to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Trail System next year, now is the perfect time to explore the nearly 60,000 miles of trails that honor our country's diverse landscape and history.
9 Things You Didn’t Know About Glacier National Park
On May 11, 1910, President William Taft signed a bill into law establishing Glacier National Park. Learn more about the Crown of the Continent as we celebrate this iconic national park.
7 Burning Questions: Wildfires & Public Lands
Fire is one of nature’s most powerful forces. While fire can be destructive, it can also be rejuvenating and a partner to the stewards of our nation’s public lands.
13 Remarkable Trees to See on Public Lands
Trees help clean the air, provide habitat for wildlife, help conserve soil and water, and are the source of an entire industry that support jobs and the economy.
Remembering John Muir's Legacy on his Birthday
John Muir was a well-known Conservationist and friend of President Theodore Roosevelt who fought for the preservation of Yosemite and other National Parks.
Game Changer: USGS Announces Largest Continuous Gas Resource Assessment Ever
It is just the latest example of how the USGS Energy and Minerals Mission Area provides the nation with unbiased research and assessments that focus on the location, quantity, and quality of mineral and energy resources, including the economic and environmental effects of resource extraction and use.
21 Excellent Side Trips for Your Next National Park Visit
Planning a trip to a national park? Consider pairing it with a visit to a neighboring public land.
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