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Park service investigates sudden change in river flow at Sleeping Bear Dunes-
The National Park Service is investigating a sudden change in the flow of the Platte River at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
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US looks to boost cooperation with tribes on land management-
National Park Service Director Chuck Sams told members of a congressional committee that part of the effort includes integrating Indigenous knowledge into management plans and recognizing that federal lands once belonged to the tribes.
Indiana Dunes National Park entry fee to begin March 31-
The fees vary depending on the method used to enter the national park.
Pictured Rocks to begin charging 1st entrance fee in March-
Park officials announced Monday that the park along Lake Superior will start charging visitor fees starting March 1, 2022, and that camping fees and lighthouse tour fees will increase as of Jan. 1.
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Sleeping Bear park officials ask visitors to stop building structures on lakeshore-
A driftwood tipi standing on a beach east of Pyramid Point is a clear indication of human hands at work. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore recently posted a picture of one on its Facebook page to encourage people not to leave a trace.
Spike Sustained: As COVID-19 policies relax, park attendance (mostly) remains strong-
Continued fluctuations in park attendance are causing adjustments to how some parks operate.
Say Goodbye to Your National Parks Road Trips?-
Climate change is already shaking up the natural world, changing the timing of seasonal snow melts, flower blooms and animal migrations. Now a new study from researchers at Utah State University suggests that, not surprisingly, it will also change when people interact with those landscapes.
4 unexpected places where adults can learn science-
Modern society benefits when people understand science concepts. This knowledge helps explain how cryptocurrency works, why climate change is happening or how the coronavirus is transmitted from person to person.