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Victory for the great outdoors, one year later

How the passage of the Great Outdoors Act is already making a difference

Many Thanksgiving favorites wouldn’t be the same without bees

An energy future that doesn’t threaten America’s coastlines and marine life; now that is “better.”

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Mary Katherine Moore
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Twenty-three species were declared extinct in the United States in September, underscoring the urgency with which we must act to stave off further losses. A new report from our research partners, “Reconnecting Nature: How wildlife corridors can help save species,” outlines seven different examples of species-saving wildlife corridors. 

Shenandoah National Park

Congress just passed one of the largest infrastructure investments in U.S. history on November 5, 2021.