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View Resource Santa Fe National Forest

The Santa Fe National Forest is in north central New Mexico, covering 1.6 million acres and offering over 1,000 miles of trails. Their website contains useful information for future and current park visitors. On the homepage visitors can find the number for the Fire Information Hotline, which is "designed to share information with the public about Wildfires, Prescribed Fires, Fire Use Fires, and...

View Resource Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve

At Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve visitors can explore cinder cones, lava tubes, lava flows, and other volcanic features. Craters of the Moon is run by the National Park Service and offers a variety of educational programs for all ages as well as interpretive programs and a visitor center. Resource Chests available by mail or from area locations contain materials to help...

View Resource Wild and Scenic Rivers

The U.S. government website that outlines the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act offers a good explanation of the Act, including details on how far the Act can go in protecting designated scenic, wild, and recreational rivers. Definitions of those terms are provided in the middle of the homepage. One of the unique features of the Act is that it relies on voluntary stewardship by landowners and...

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