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"On Common Ground" tells the real stories of individuals whose lives have been shaped by our public lands. Taken together, these stories remind us of all that we stand to lose if we sell, pollute, privatize or otherwise destroy the literal common ground we share as Americans.

Every American shares ownership of a remarkable system of public lands that covers nearly one third of our country, or about 618 million acres. These lands are managed for us by the federal government as National Parks, Forests, Wildlife Refuges, Historic Sites, Monuments and other designations reflecting the special character of each place. 

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On Common Ground

Veteran Garett Reppenhagen on Healing in the Colorado Rockies

Haunted by his experiences as a Brigade sniper, Garett Reppenhagen found solitude and healing from profound PTSD in the Colorado Rockies.
On Common Ground

Hunter Alexis Bonogofsky on Protecting Montana Prairie for All

Alexis Bonogofsky, a fourth-generation Montanan, says public land safeguards our collective memories and cultures.
On Common Ground

Historian Alan Spears on Gettysburg and the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing

On childhood trips to Gettysburg, historian Alan Spears learned how our historic sites can reveal a more inclusive version of the complex story of America.
On Common Ground

Indigenous Leader Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk on Co-Existing with the Land

To honor her place and that of her ancestors, Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk helped lead five Native American tribes in an historic campaign to protect the lands surrounding the Bears Ears Buttes in Utah.
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Public Lands Are the Foundation of Writer Hal Herring's Patriotism

When Hal Herring discovered the national forests of Montana as a teenager, he decided to move there to live on the grand scale only possible in the American West.
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Cattle Rancher Heidi Redd Says Land Belongs to All Americans

Heidi Redd has run a cattle ranch on the border of Canyonlands National Park for nearly half a century. She says that the remarkable life she has enjoyed is entirely dependent on public lands.
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