Trump Donates His Salary To National Park Service

Energy | Andrew Follett
GOLDEN, CO - OCTOBER 29: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally in the Rodeo Arena at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds October 29, 2016 in Golden, Colorado. The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Friday it discovered emails pertinent to the closed investigation of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email server and are looking to see if they improperly contained classified information. Trump said "I think it's the biggest story since Watergate." (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The Parks Service really needs the money

US Parks Are $17.2 Billion In The Hole, Here's How Congress Wants To Fix It

Energy | Andrew Follett
Woman setting American one dollar bill on fire (Shutterstock/Alan Bailey)

Spending more than they take in

Gov't Study: Caribou Are Handling Global Warming Just Fine

Energy | Andrew Follett
Caribou in winter (Shutterstock/Josef Pittner)

Animals are much more resilient to change than believed

National Park Service Spent $150,000 To Tell Fairy Tales While Parks Are In Disrepair

US | Thomas Phippen
Bigfoot walks through mountain wilderness (Photo: Shutterstock/RikoBest)

‘Sea monsters, little people, wild babies’

Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial And WWII Memorial Defaced With Bizarre Conspiracy Theories

US | Ted Goodman
National Park Service official looks towards Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Feb. 21, 2017: Ted Goodman/TheDCNF

Officials ask public for help in finding the vandal or vandals

Why I Left Federal Service

Opinion | Leah Duran

Never forget that the government works for you, not the other way around.

There's Already An Anti-Trump 'Rogue NASA' Twitter Account

Energy | Andrew Follett
Hand holds Twitter's bird logo. [Shutterstock - fyv6561]

Already has over 300,000 followers…

Veteran Federal Workers Fire Back At 'Overblown' Media Reports Of A Trump Gag Order

Energy | Michael Bastasch
US Media Concept: Pile of Newspapers Fake News On Scratched Old Wood, 3d illustration (Credit: cbies/Shutterstock)

‘This is standard practice’

All These News Outlets Falsely Reported That Badlands National Park Defied Trump

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Credit: Luchenko Yana/Shutterstock

‘Where’s the public going to get its scientific information?’

Gov't Hired A Registered Sex Offender -- Turns Out He Kept Committing Felonies

US | Michael Bastasch
A Gadsden flag and a U.S. national flag fly over the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Burns District Office outside Hines, Oregon January 31, 2016. The FBI negotiated with four armed occupants at the remote Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon on Saturday while the holdouts in a video posted online expressed their mistrust of the government and reluctance to leave. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

Gov’t deemed him as ‘favorable’ for employement

National Park Service Has Another Case Of Sexual Harrassment

Energy | Andrew Follett
The entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA (Shutterstock/Jane Rix)

The Park’s superintendent failed to investigate or report the incident

Congress Says It's Time To Remove 'Rotten Apples' From National Park Service

US | Thomas Phippen
National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis, who was investigated for potential ethics violations. REUTERS/Mark Makela

‘… as I entered the shower, I noticed a shadow pass by my bathroom window’

It's Time To Repeal The Antiquities Act Of 1906

Opinion | Robert J. Smith

The circumstances under which the Act was adopted have long since ended, and it no longer serves to protect our natural resources.

Celebrate National Park Service's Birthday With Its 7 Weirdest Projects

US | Thomas Phippen
The National Parks Trust Mascot Buddy Bison Poses With A Ranger. Photo: NPS photo

NPS spent more than $1 billion last year…

Obama Will Bring The Largest Swath Of Ocean Ever Under Federal Control

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Barack Obama Hawaii Wave Water Ocean Sea Levels

‘He’s hijacked a moment of celebration’

Leave Politics Outside Of National Parks

Opinion | Ryan Yonk
A view of Half-Dome from Yosemite National Park village. (Photo: Shutterstock)

National Park Service bureaucrats often respond to political pressures from interest groups to the exclusion of properly managing their parks.