Glenn Nelson

Trail Posse / High Country News

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Long-time journalist who founded Trail Posse, which covers race, diversity and inclusion in the outdoors; Contributing Editor to High Country News

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The National Parks have been called "America's best idea" but, on their hundredth anniversary, they're faced with troubling questions.

The National Park Service celebrates 100 years

The National Parks have been called "America's best idea" but, on their hundredth anniversary, they're faced with troubling questions.

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