To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, NRDC’s very own wilderness fanatics share their most treasured park memories.
This month’s National Park Service centennial presents an opportunity to create a parks system that is reflective of—and accessible to—all Americans.
If we don’t address these increasingly severe threats, America’s most treasured lands might soon be unrecognizable.
From undersea coral canyons to deep northern woods, these seven places deserve to be part of the president’s legacy.
Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah will protect some of America’s most striking landscape—and its earliest history.
These iconic American vacation spots will soon become unrecognizable—or worse, vanish. Pack your bags, quick!