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The War On Science: Who’s Waging It, Why It Matters, What We Can Do About It

This is a big book on a big subject, written prior to the election of Donald Trump and the intensified war on science that has resulted. The author does not concern himself specifically with national parks but with the overriding effects of the rejection of science on politics, policy, and democracy.

Shuttle Service Planned To Ease Traffic Strain On Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim

Trying to find a parking spot on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park during the spring and summer can be as tricky as ordering an America the Beautiful annual parks pass. Both can take a long time. But beginning March 1, you can avoid the South Rim traffic woes by boarding a shuttle in Tusayan.

President's Budget, Infrastructure Plan Carry "Poison Pills" For National Parks, Public Lands

President Trump's long-awaited infrastructure plan and FY19 budget proposal carry few dollars for the National Park System's $11.6 billion maintenance backlog and significant "poison pills" that could lead to environmental harm across the country, according to park and environment advocates.