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IA: State park campgrounds in need of hosts

(March 13, 2017) -- Campground hosts receive free camping at a designated site while they help state parks staff by assisting campers, explaining park rules, and helping with registration, and serving as an impromptu local tour guide. Hosts will help park staff to keep the park clean and with light maintenance. Read More »

MN: Storm slams Pihl’s Park

(March 13, 2017) -- A severe thunderstorm hit Faribault County on March 6, and it did not pass without leaving some areas noticeably damaged. Among those areas was Pihl's Park, near Wells, where the 20-acre campground suffered "major wind damage," according to county engineer Mark Daly. Read More »

MI: Dogs scour campground as volunteer training

(March 13, 2017) -- The Doberman trotted along the shoreline at Somerset Beach Campground, south of U.S. 12. He sniffed the grass, tasted the water and quickly identified the location of remains, medical waste hidden in the lake for a training exercise. Read More »

CA: Old beach cottages to become rentals

(March 10, 2017) -- More than a dozen old seaside cottages at scenic Crystal Cove State Park will be renovated and made available for coveted overnight rentals, offering visitors a taste of a long-gone era of Southern California beach life. Read More »

National Park Service commemorates Women’s History Month

National Park Service

(March 10, 2017) — From factory workers in Lowell, Mass., to spies and nurses on Civil War battlefields, to national leaders like Eleanor Roosevelt, women continue to dramatically shape the history of our nation. In celebration of Women’s History Month, national parks across the country are hosting special events, discussions, tours, and exhibits to highlight the contribution of women in American history. Read More »

IA: Conservation directors endorse trust fund

(March 10, 2017) -- Tama County Conservation Board Director Bob Etzel, agrees the Iowa Legislature and Governor need to fund the Trust this year. According to Etzel there is a backlog of critical projects totaling nearly $3.5 million in Tama County alone. Read More »