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Understanding Public Lands and Why They Matter: Part 2

By  •  November 8, 2017

If you’ve been paying any attention to US political news over the last few years, you might have caught glimpses of the occasional headline focused on something called, “Federally Managed Public …
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Understanding Public Lands and Why They Matter: Part 1

By  •  September 26, 2017

If you’ve been paying any attention to US political news over the last few years, you might have caught glimpses of the occasional headline focused on federally managed public lands.  From …
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Uinta Brewing’s Park Series Golden Ale Celebrates National Parks

By  •  February 20, 2017

Uinta Brewing’s Park Series Golden Ale is dedicated to the US’s 58 National Parks and features several different cans commemorating a few of the more iconic locations.  The Salt Lake …
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The West’s Best National Parks to Visit in the Fall

By  •  November 4, 2016

Basin & Range’s Inside Guide to the West: Best National Parks for Fall Colors

Summer may be the most popular season for visiting North America’s amazing national parks, but a trip …
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Inside Guide to the Best Fall Colors of the West

By  •  September 19, 2016

The overnight low at Winter Park, Colorado the other night was 32 degrees.  It won’t take too many more of those chilling temperatures to kick-start the West’s changing of the seasons.  To get …
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The Value of Protecting the West’s Public Lands

By  •  July 5, 2016

From overheated standoffs in Nevada and Oregon of 2015 and ’16, to the U.S’ National Park’s 100th anniversary celebrations, to the various attention grabbing animal encounters happening this summer in …
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America’s National Park Service Turn 100 This Year

By  •  April 12, 2016

“There is nothing so American as our national parks, and the idea behind the parks is that the country belongs to (you) the people.” President FDR


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Get to Know the Story Behind Muir’s “The Mountains Are Calling” Quote

By  •  April 2, 2016

John Muir, born in 1838, was one of America’s most famous and influential “Outdoor Enthusiasts,” which in his era, were called Naturalists.   He remains one of California’s most important historical …
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