Keep on Keeping on

It has been a little quiet on the blog front recently, so I just wanted to jump on and post a quick updates. We are working overtime on numerous actions

Hill Day

There’s nothing like September in D.C. The crisp fall air, the cool morning breeze… just kidding. September in Washington is terrible. At least it was a few weeks ago when

August Actions

Every year, Congress recesses for the month of August. This time of year allows members of Congress to head back to their home states and meet with constituents. They want

Advocacy in August

School’s out for summer… and so is Congress. August recess has officially commenced, and our Congressional representatives are heading back to their home districts until the middle of September. Life

The Power of a Good Story

A friend of mine (Annie) just returned from a trip to Savannah, Georgia. Annie and her husband loved the graceful architecture, gorgeous green spaces, and the creative and fresh meals

The Great Outdoors

The arrival of June is a goldmine for outdoor enthusiasts. Not only has June been christened Great Outdoors month, June is also known as National Camping month. I suppose the two

The Road Less Traveled

Cue the music… school’s out for summer and we’ve officially entered vacation season. Families across the country are planning their adventures, booking flights and mapping out road trips. Some hit

LWCF and the Push for Funding

May 14, 2019 There’s been some movement on appropriations for fiscal year 2020 (FY20) in recent days. Last week, Secretary Bernhardt testified before the House Interior and Environment Appropriations Subcommittee.

Focus on Friends

While national parks do an admirable job of upholding their mission and responsibilities, they can’t take care of our irreplaceable natural resources and our nation’s stories and heritage alone.