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Sunday, February 5th, 2012

  • While some areas of the country are struggling with scant snowfall, enough has fallen at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan to open more than 22 miles of classic cross-country ski trails to the public.

    Chris Case, the lakeshore's chief of facility management, says enough snow has fallen on the trails in Munising and Grand Marais for crews to groom t

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

  • Funding through the National Park Foundation's 2012 Impact Grant program will enable Grand Teton National Park crews to replace sod roofs on historic cabins at the Bar BC Dude Ranch with a grass system that's more resilient to the weather.

    This project, “Greening the Bar BC: New Green Roofs for Old Sod Cabins in Gra

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

  • A reward fund has been established for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the poaching of two bull elk at Wind Cave National Park.

    Since the slain bulls were found Tuesday, the park has received numerous calls with information, and rangers are following up on tips received from the public.

    People wishing to contribute

  • A computerized system is being turned to with hopes it can reduce both pollution and congestion at Gettysburg National Military Park by more smoothly directing visitors to parking areas.

    According to park officials, on the busiest days of the summer at Gettysburg the spacious parking lots at the museum and visitor center can sometimes fill completely – and the 150th annive

  • Few folks get to visit Yellowstone National Park in winter, which is why it's so nice when someone who knows how to handle a video camera does, and then shares their work.