Feast to the Beat

Saturday, August 13, from 11 AM to 5 PM Feast to the Beat hits the road celebrating our National Parks and National History! Follow this unique road trip as it tours across the country celebrating our American roots, food and music. Feast to the Beat is a multi-city road trip that will travel America, hitting […]

American Solar Challenge in CVNP

To help celebrate its 100th anniversary, the National Park Service Midwest Region has partnered with the Innovators Educational Foundation on the American Solar Challenge. From July 30th to August 6th 2016, students from 20 universities around the world will drive their uniquely designed solar-powered cars 1975 miles on the open road- from Cuyahoga Valley National Park to […]

Our National Parks: New Models

Great explanation of the National Heritage Area program from Vermont Public Radio: Our National Parks: New Models “Yellowstone was the first national park in 1872 and it set the standard for many that followed – Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Sequoia, Mount Rainier and others. These parks are all large areas of public land managed by the […]

“Campaigns of Yesterday” at Bedford Historical Society

From our friends at the Bedford Historical Society– Bricker & Eckler LLP has partnered with the Bedford Historical Society for a new exhibit that features campaign memorabilia of presidential campaigns with ties to Ohio. Campaigns of Yesterday showcases artifacts of twentieth century presidential campaigns from local collectors. Bricker & Eckler, an Ohio-based law firm, provided artifacts […]

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell On 100 Years Of National Parks And Challenges Ahead

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell was recently on the Diane Rehm Show discussing challenges facing the National Park Service.   From the Diane Rehm show- On Aug. 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the National Park Service. One hundred years later, it protects more than 400 parks and monuments, from Yellowstone to […]