Fall 2013

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The Life Aquatic

At New York City’s Harbor School, students use Gateway National Recreation Area’s maritime environment as their classroom—and preparation for life after graduation.

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On A Ledge

Wolverines may soon be listed as a threatened species.

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Hidden Valley

From bike paths to contra dances to fresh, local fare, Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers a quintessential Midwest experience.

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Gentle Giants

The national parks’ towering sequoias have thrived for thousands of years. Can they survive...

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Swimming with Dinosaurs

Atlantic sturgeon are making a surprising comeback in the Chesapeake Bay.

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First Impressions

A Connecticut farm tells the story of painter Julian Alden Weir, who helped introduce Americans...

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Night and Day

After 30 years of intense habitat restoration on the Channel Islands, the island night lizard...

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A Tale of Two Rivers

A unique division of the National Park Service is connecting residents to trails and waterways...

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