Yesterday, after much wrangling by President Obama and congressional Republicans, a bill giving Obama fast-track authority to negotiate international trade agreements passed in the Senate. It’s now headed for Obama’s desk.
The Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic and revered natural wonders in the United States, if not in the world. Every year five million people from around the globe visit the park and experience the canyon’s staggering views, rugged trails and incredible wildlife. Last month we posted a blog about a sprawling resort complex that developers have proposed about a mile away from the canyon’s southern rim in the quiet Tusayan, Arizona.
Legal Agreement Reached to Reduce Power Plant Pollution Damaging Southwest’s National Parks, Navajo People
Hundreds of hardy succulents morph into Seuss-ian shapes like the leggy “Irish rose,” the appetizing “blue curls” and the bulbous “living rock.” Mark Anthony Ramirez’s yard is arguably the best looking in his Oakland, California neighborhood, and he’s not growing a single blade of grass.
Minna Jung is the Vice President of Communications.
Wolves haven’t been seen around Washington, D. C. in over a century, yet the Avalon Theatre was packed last week with people excited to hear the story of a lone wolf who traveled over a thousand miles. OR-7, a wandering wolf who has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of people all over the world, is the subject of a new documentary detailing his epic journey across Oregon and into California, a state where a wolf hasn’t been spotted in more than 90 years.