Around The Parks: Paddling Rules, Poster Contests, Grand Canyon's Airshed

February 2014
National Parks Traveler;2/11/2014, p1
The article offers U.S national park news briefs as of February 11, 2014 . It informs that congressional effort has led to the approval of paddling service in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and also mentions the annual Wildflower Festival poster contest at Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. It informs the U.S. Interior Department is taking initiatives to protect environment at the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona under the U.S. Clean Air Act.


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