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Forest Service, Conservation Fund Protect Key Segment Of Historic Trail Of Tears

Forest Service, Conservation Fund Protect Key Segment Of Historic Trail Of Tears

The hardships of the Cherokee people were remembered when the U.S. Forest Service and The Conservation Fund on Oct. 6, 2014, completed the final phase of an effort to protect the original route of the historic Trail of Tears near the Tennessee-North Carolina border.

Approximately 222 acres was conveyed to the U.S. Forest Service from The Conservation Fund, providing protection for a significant portion of the National Historic Trail that traverses through the forested property.

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Glacier National Park to keep Historic Red Bus Fleet

Glacier National Park to keep Historic Red Bus Fleet The National Park Service said it intends to keep and maintain Glacier National Park's historic red bus fleet, preserving it for future generations to enjoy.

A spokesperson said the park service was modifying the terms of a prospectus for the concessi...
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BLM Recovers Stolen Petroglyphs Taken From Volcanic Tableland

BLM Recovers Stolen Petroglyphs Taken From Volcanic Tableland

An anonymous tip has led to the recovery of five Native American petroglyph panels cut out from a major rock art site on the Volcanic Tableland north of Bishop, California in late 2012.

"We got all five of the panels back," David Christy, a spokespers...
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Arkansas’s White River Picked as Nation’s Second National Blueway

Arkansas’s White River Picked as Nation’s Second National Blueway The White River, along with its watershed, has been named the nation's second National Blueway.

Flowing for over 700 miles from its headwaters in the Ozarks to its mouth at the Mississippi River, the White River drains a watershed spanning 17.8 millio...
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Renovated St. Paul Union Depot Train Station Opens to Public Use

Renovated St. Paul Union Depot Train Station Opens to Public Use The historic St. Paul Union Depot (SPUD) in St. Paul, Minn. has reopened to the public following a $243 million rehabilitation project that transformed the 1923 building into a 21st century multimodal transportation hub.

Initially served by
Metro Trans...
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