"In a democracy, such landscapes should belong to everyone”

Celebrating its 100th year, the National Park Service is often called America’s best idea. Throughout the centennial year’s celebrations scientists land managers, and policy makers are exploring ways to extend this grand tradition for another hundred years. But are the parks’ popularity part of their undoing?


Are We Loving Our National Parks to Death?

By Dayton Duncan

The New York Times

August 6, 2016

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