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‘Cave Without a Name’ in Texas Given Landmark Status

‘Cave Without a Name’ in Texas Given Landmark StatusCave Without a Name, the sixth longest cave in Texas, has been named a National Natural Landmark.

The landmark status was given to the Texas natural wonder, along with a rare ecosystem in Pennsylvania, and major fossil sites in Kentucky, New York, and Vermont.
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OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley

Death Valley: An Almost Mystical Place of Legends and Stories

Death Valley: An Almost Mystical Place of Legends and Stories Keep a lookout for them as you drive the road to Scotty's Castle in Death Valley National Park. If you are watchful, you'll see the wagon tracks as they cut across the desert landscape and disappear into the distant hills.

Looking as fresh as yesterda...
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Trails

Trails Center Marks 10th Anniversary of National Landscape Conservation System with Exhibit Showcasing Some of the West’s Natural Wonders

Trails Center Marks 10th Anniversary of National Landscape Conservation System with Exhibit Showcasing Some of the West’s Natural Wonders Helping to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS), a new exhibit showcasing some of the West's most spectacular landscapes is now on display at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, W...
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Adventure Seekers

Yellowstone Association Institute Unveils 2011 Summer Programs

Yellowstone Association Institute Unveils 2011 Summer Programs The nonprofit Yellowstone Association Institute (YAI) has announced its 2011 summer lineup of Field Seminars, and the 75 programs, including 21 new offerings, range from wildlife behavior and hiking to history, geology, and the wolves of Yellowstone....
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Preservation

New National Landmarks in the West Selected by Interior Secretary

New National Landmarks in the West Selected by Interior Secretary Following a goal to preserve America's history, cultural and natural heritage, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has designated 13 sites in the West as national historic landmarks and one additional site as a national natural landmark.

The 14 loca...
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