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Staff At Rocky Mountain National Park Proposing To Permanently Close Crater Trail

Though just a mile in length, short by most national park trails, the Crater Trail at Rocky Mountain National Park has turned into a problem due to erosion, its crossing of an archaeological site, and its passage through an area for bighorn lambing. As a result, park officials are proposing to permanently close the trail and restore that landscape.
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Impact Of Ranching On Point Reyes National Seashore Being Reviewed By National Park Service

A 30-day comment period has opened to provide the National Park Service with thoughts, ideas, and opinions on the question of dairy and beef ranching on Point Reyes National Seashore and a portion of Golden Gate National Recreation Area, as well as the future of Tule elk on the seashore.
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Bridge That Witnessed First Shots Of Civil War To Be Stabilized At Manassas National Battlefield

Work is underway on nearly $1 million worth of repairs to the historic stone bridge that witnessed the first shots of the first battle of the Civil War. Located within Manassas National Battlefield, the bridge will have its stone masonry repaired and the road surface repaved under an $817,000 contract.
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