A screen grab of the Badlands National Park Twitter account from Tuesday afternoon.
A screen grab of the Badlands National Park Twitter account from Tuesday afternoon. McEntee, Kate - Tacoma Twitter.com/BadlandsNPS
A screen grab of the Badlands National Park Twitter account from Tuesday afternoon. McEntee, Kate - Tacoma Twitter.com/BadlandsNPS

Badlands National Park tweets climate change messages despite Trump crackdown

January 24, 2017 02:12 PM

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