Jon Jarvis

Former Interior Department officials warn the move endangers both visitors and America's priceless resources.
As we celebrate today's monument designation, we remain hopeful for more "deeds" that recognize the contribution of women and move them towards full equality and participation in society.
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that the National Park Service, in collaboration with activist environmentalists, has reneged on the original deal made by Congress to maintain the historic agriculture on parklands as a condition for the government acquiring these lands.
The NPS is now changing the names of iconic Yosemite National Park properties as part of a high-profile civil lawsuit. Shockingly, the Park Service does not even control the trademark for many of the park names - maybe even the name of the park.
Questions for discussion: Why is littering bad anyway? What are some ways that we can keep parks clean? Do you agree or disagree