Category: National Parks

Almost Like Being There: Virtual Yosemite

Stuck at home due to the fake mediademic that has allowed Warden Newsom to lock down California? Looking – like I am – out the window at the orange sky as wildfires burn California’s environmentally managed lands? Here’s a cool website to visit. It can’t get the smells, but it has the visuals and the …

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Historic Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities on Public Lands

The Great American Outdoors Act signed by President Trump is the gift that just keeps on giving! Thank you again, President Trump for your actions, and thank you Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation for all of your hard work fighting to get this to President Trump’s desk. American sportsmen owe you a debt that cannot be repaid.

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Secretary of the Interior Establishes Task Force and Timeline To Develop Strategy For Attacking Maintenance and Repair Backlog

Wasting NO time now that the Great American Outdoors Act has been signed by President Trump, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt has created the a coordination and implementation task force to reconnoiter the National Park System, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands and create a road map …

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National Parks Celebrates Passage of the Great American Outdoors Act with FREE ADMISSION!

Yesterday President Trump signed the Great American Outdoors Act, on of the greatest conservation Acts signed in decades by any President. Today Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced free entrance to national parks and public lands for August 5, 2020 (short notice, but if you’re near a park, GO!). He also permanently designated August …

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President Trump Signs Great American Outdoors Act into Law

Today is a Historic Day for the American sportsman. President Donald Trump has signed the Great American Outdoors Act, codifying into permanent federal law enhanced conservation and freer access to public lands and waters today – and for generations to come. Thank you, President Trump!

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