“Everyone agreed our public lands are our inheritance as American citizens”
We go—307 million of us each year—into our national parks, representing all races, religions, political affiliations, and nationalities. And for a short while, we share a common experience. We may think we go for the scenery, but there’s more to it than that.
Award winning author Terry Tempest Williams says we need these places more than ever—for our mental health but also to find common ground.