National Parks Traveler

OIG Report On Residential Environmental Learning Centers Called Misleading

by National Parks Traveler | January 5, 2020
“A report that highlighted flaws with how the National Park Service oversees Residential Environmental Learning Centers mischaracterized how those nonprofit operations work and failed to reflect the benefits they bring to the parks and their visitors, according to some of the ...

Peer Sues to Overturn Expanded E-Bike Access in National Parks

by National Parks Traveler | December 6, 2019
“A lawsuit filed to overturn the Interior Department’s move to expand e-Bike access in the National Park System also takes aim at the Trump administration’s preference for appointing “acting” officials rather than submitting nominees for Senate confirmation. ...

Groups Returning To Court To Force FAA To Adopt Air Tour Management Plans For Parks

by National Parks Traveler | October 8, 2019
Unsatisfied with how the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Park Service have responded to a lawsuit to force them to implement air tour management plans for airspace over national parks, two groups are heading back to court to force the agencies to accomplish that goal. ...


by National Parks Traveler | January 16, 2018
From: National Parks Traveler “Not long after he took office, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reminded his employees of their ethical obligations, and said “I intend to make holding one another accountable to the highest ethical standards a top priority.” Has he?” Read ...
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