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UPDATED | Congressman Introduces Legislation To Extensively Rewrite Antiquities Act

A Utah congressman long unhappy with the authority given presidents under The Antiquities Act to establish national monuments has introduced legislation that would extensively rewrite the century-old act. If enacted, the rewrite would limit the purposes for which monuments could be created, require environmental review, and allow presidents to reduce the size of monuments without congressional action.
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Paving Work Scheduled For Gros Ventre/Kelly Road In Grand Teton National Park

Paving work on the erosion-affected segment of the Gros Ventre/Kelly Road, which will include a two-week daytime closure, will begin Monday, October 2. RJS Construction, Inc., based out of Yakima, Washington, will establish two paved lanes of travel around the eroded section and provide additional stabilization to the river bank. Work is anticipated to be conducted through November 21, or as weather conditions allow.

Fall Wildlife In The National Park System: A Quick List

Most likely, you’re well aware that Yellowstone National Park is a great destination to see elk and bison in fall, and that Glacier National Park will reward you with mountain goat and bighorn sheep sightings. But where else can you head in the National Park System, preferably someplace without so many crowds?

National Parks Traveler's Essential Park Guide