National parks, forests and BLM lands provide key habitat for wildlife, including game species, and all American taxpayers chip in money to pay for their management. If conservation isn't relevant to future generations, will citizens still be willing to contribute?  Mount Moran, a peak in the Teton Range, surrounded by clouds. Photo by NPS/Adams
National parks, forests and BLM lands provide key habitat for wildlife, including game species, and all American taxpayers chip in money to pay for their management. If conservation isn't relevant to future generations, will citizens still be willing to contribute? Mount Moran, a peak in the Teton Range, surrounded by clouds. Photo by NPS/Adams