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Lava Beds National Monument & Tule Lake

Earlier this month I took a day trip to the Tule Lake area of Northern California with one of my friends! Our trip was pretty sporadic and we didn’t leave early enough in the day to have tons of time, but we went to Lava Beds National Monument and Tule Lake Wildlife Refuge! 343 more words

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Visit Any of the National Parks for Free in Celebration of Earth Day

Architectural Digest shared a breathtaking video in celebration of Earth Day. The National Park Service has set aside ten days where you can visit all of the national parks for free, including on Earth Day.

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​National Parks Passport Program- There’s An App For That

Not long after I published my blog about the National Parks Passport Program I was informed that there is, in fact, an app for that. I must confess that I (despite the fact I have a blog, Pinterest, Facebook, a tablet, smart phone, laptop.. 432 more words

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'Refugees Welcome' Banner Appears On Base Of Statue Of Liberty

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A banner appeared across the base of the Statue of Liberty on Tuesday afternoon, bearing the words “Refugees Welcome.”

According to the National Parks Service, the banner, approximately three feet by 20 feet, was tied to the wall of the public observation deck around 12:50 p.m. 82 more words

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A long walk

This January I spent three weeks hiking, camping, and hostelling through iconic California landscapes, and I am forever grateful for the experience. I’m blown away by how much there is to share and remember–and how much there is that I  1,198 more words

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Climate Change Discourse Relatability Challenge

The past month has seen both inspiring and terrifying environmental news around the world. China’s ivory ban further bolstered the nation’s environmental leadership status, while President Trump’s silencing of environmental bureaus has angered many–scientists, civil servants, and everyday citizens. 1,272 more words