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Hurricane Irma ravages Virgin Islands National Park.

"Rain for Rent" comes to Glacier National Park to protect Lake McDonald Lodge.

A road is proposed to go through Gates of the Arctic National Park to enable an open-pit copper mine.

Where else could you read these stories on the same website, let alone in the same week?

That wasn't all National Parks Traveler brought you in the last week. We also profiled Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a unit once considered too dangerous to visit, raised the question of whether the park system should be sanitized of past figures considered controversial today, and even reported on the evacuation of Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada due to a wildfire.

In the days to come we'll work to inform you of how national parks in Florida survived Irma, continue to bring you features on how to enjoy the parks this fall, and be ready to respond to any other news that involves the National Park System. And we have a large series on bison in the West that we'll soon roll out.

Every day of the year the Traveler brings you content on the world's best park system. In all, the Traveler cranks out more than 1,000 stories tied to the national parks every year. No other website can make that claim. And yet, with your support we can easily boost that number with more in-depth stories.

Our mission is to cover the wonders, and the disasters, in the National Park System. Donate today, either via one of the buttons below, or on our GoFundMe page. We've set an ambitious goal -- $50,000 -- but we're passionate about the parks, and believe you are, too.

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