• photo of a lion, the hills of Hollywood and the Hollywood sign behindAn LA Story
    In the hills near Hollywood, a lone mountain lion is challenging us to prove that humans and wildlife can coexist.
    by Miguel Ordeñana
  • artwork depicting a person on a hill, set on a folded piece of paperFinding Time for Our Parks
    We are visiting more parks but spending less time in them. What does this mean for the future of our wild spaces?
    by John de Graaf
  • photo of the night sky, with the shadow of a stone monolith silhouettedSacred Lands
    The NPS’s efforts to help tribes access sacred sites within national parks is a work in progress.
    by Dorothy FireCloud
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Betty Reid-Soskin
The National Park Service’s oldest ranger sees herself as an “evolving person in an evolving nation in an evolving universe.”
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Jordan Fisher Smith
Author and former wilderness ranger talks about the implications of our efforts to engineer nature.
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Jose Gonzalez
The founder of Latino Outdoors describes his path to finding his role as an ambicultural leader
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Rue Mapp
Outdoor Afro founder shares how African Americans have a deep, intergenerational connection to nature and the outdoors.
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Lynnea Shuck
The former Brower Youth Award winner ruminates on how spending time outdoors allows us to connect not only with the natural world, but with each other as well.
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Current Issue

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Where the Wild Things Are

We can no longer think of our cities or towns as exempt from the natural world – or as off limits to wildlife
By Beth Pratt-Bergstrom

The Making of a National Park

Why locals want Arizona’s Chiricahua National Monument to become the nation’s next national park
By Jackie Dishner

Room for More

There is no better time to put forward a bold vision of an expanded national park system
By Michael Kellett

Afterword: Doug Tompkins

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