Our country is full of dazzling landscapes where you can play and learn. America's public lands are a treasured part of our national heritage, representing its grandeur, bountiful promise, and vast natural resources. All citizens share in the rights and the responsibilities of seeing that our public lands are cared for and managed in a way that meets the current and future needs of the American people. Public lands belong to all of us — including you!
Click Here to watch "Great Outdoors LIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure", which was webcast live on October 2, 2019, from Shoshone National Forest near Cody, Wyoming. During this 54-minute program, learn about: Shoshone National Forest, the first national forest in the U.S.; the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem; Golden eagles; the mules that help with maintenance in the National Forests; and the re-introduction of bison on Native American lands, and more!
Click Here to watch the pre-taped video, "Great Outdoors LIVE: Yours to Explore". In this 34-minute video, journey with us from the backyard to the back country as we explore public lands.