Nine fires were started in the Everglades in two months. Federal authorities want to know who caused them

While human-caused fires are not unheard of at the park, officials with the National Park Service said they haven't seen them at this frequency.
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Opinion: Women of Bears Ears are asking you to help save it

Will sacred lands protected by President Obama be protected once again?
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Tracking environmental actions under Biden

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Timothy Egan: Visited a national park this year? Now, help save it

More people than ever visited national parks during the pandemic. We need to harness that interest for change.
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David Roberts: A sacred place undone by Trump must be saved by Biden

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Avalanche warnings are issued in Northwest

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Native Americans ‘Left out in the cold' under Trump press Biden for action

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Traci Morris: 'Indian Country' is excited about the first Native American secretary of the interior

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Biden set to restore Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante to pre-Trump size

Little on-the-ground damage to the Utah public lands has been seen since they were shrunk in 2017. But conservationists say the sooner they can be properly protected again, the better.

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12 ways to travel sustainably in the new year

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Four charged over blaze that devastated Australia's Fraser Island

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Alaskan tribes, activists and businesses sue to save America's biggest national forest

Tongass national forest, which plays a key role in fighting climate crisis, poised for logging after US ruling.

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Accessible parks for kids and families

Many federal and state park systems offer inexpensive access for children and their families.
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After wildfires, mourning the loss of California's giants

For one reporter, documenting the destruction of redwoods and sequoias was a heartbreaking assignment.
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They’re among the world’s oldest living things. The climate crisis is killing them

California's epic wildfires in 2020 took deadly aim at the state's most beloved trees. In a relative instant, countless ancient redwoods, hundreds of giant sequoias and more than one million Joshua trees perished.

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