Alcohol is temporarily banned from six recreational areas.
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Four state park swimming areas were off limits to swimmers as of the state's most recent water quality report.
At least a tenth of the world’s mature giant sequoias were destroyed by a single California wildfire that tore through the southern Sierra Nevada last year, according to a draft report prepared by scientists with the National Park Service.
Allen Minish was about a half mile off a highway near Gulkana, when he was mauled by a brown bear, according to Alaska State Troopers.
As global temperatures rise, the once reliably frozen Arctic has seen a rash of massive wildfires in recent years.
Dead trees and art may be an unusual combination, but the pairing is part of a new display in New York's Madison Square Park designed to highlight a particular phenomenon of climate change: the loss of forests around the world.
While COVID-19 protocols will be in place for the 2021 outdoor recreational season, despite rising vaccination rates, state parks, beaches, and campgrounds will be open for business.
More than 5,000 people attended an unauthorized and illegal event at Tonto National Forest near Phoenix on Saturday, leading to multiple violations and one person being emergency evacuated, officials said.
The Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection is celebrating the beginning of spring with a hiking challenge.
When a dormant pecan farm in the neighborhoods of south Atlanta closed, the land was soon rezoned and earmarked to become townhouses.