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NPS Press Release - Revised Bicycle Plan Allows Greater Access to National Parks  May 17 2015

The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass

  • WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, September 25, 2019,  Members of the Western Caucus and stakeholders held a roundtable discussion and unveiled a draft legislative package currently comprised of 19 bills to modernize the Endangered Species Act. The following are excerpts from yesterday's event: Read Here...

JURISDICTION IS THE SOLUTION - A simple, clear, authoritative, and compelling argument for States to immediately assume control of their lands. This short white paper sets aside, for the moment, the issue of "land transfer," and focuses solely on Jurisdiction.  Kirk MacKenzie of DFA

National Parks Map

Roads and Trails banded on nearly 50 million acres of your public land!

"Recreational miner rescued from pit" (Bakersfield Californian, 4/9/12)
Firefighters rescued the man, "who suffered major injuries when he became trapped in a pit near Randsburg in eastern Kern County" when a "side wall ... caved in on him." The man "was dry mining a 3- or 4-foot-deep open pit when dirt and rocks sloughed off a wall and trapped him," a Kern County Fire Department spokesman said. "About 10 firefighters from Randsburg and Ridgecrest used tools including shovels" to get him out. The pit was "in a popular prospecting area" near Duisenburg mining camp.

"Sagebrush Rebellion" Suffers Setback

Hage Forage Right Trial Ends - "Sagebrush Rebelion" may be over!

Administration Caves to Special Interests - Bans Mining

Why aren't public lands handicapped-accessible?

The Economic Costs of Wilderness -  October 25, 2011

Treasured Landscapes - Just released  August 10, 2010