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OR: Free guided hikes across Oregon on New Year’s Day

(Dec. 11, 2018) -- For the eighth year in a row, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is partnering with America’s State Parks to offer free guided hikes across Oregon on Jan. 1, including at La Pine, Smith Rock and Tumalo state parks in Central Oregon, according to a news release from the parks department.

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UT: Keep nature within reach by investing in parks, trails

(Dec. 10, 2018) -- Rep. Rob Bishop has been called a lot of things by the environmental community, but late this session of Congress he defied labels and voiced his support for reauthorizing one of the most important, if underappreciated, conservation laws, the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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TX: State park to benefit from grant

(Dec. 7, 2018) -- Thanks to funding provided by the Meta Alice Keith Bratten Foundation, 12 state parks across Texas, including Goose Island State Park (GISP), will soon be providing enhanced visitor experiences or improved habitat to benefit wildlife.

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