Secretary of the Interior

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Secretary of the Interior

The head of the U.S. federal government department charged with overseeing national parks and most other land owned by the federal government. The secretary is also responsible for conserving wildlife and managing U.S. relations with Native Americans. He or she is appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.
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Interior is committed to preventing the spread of catastrophic wildfires through smarter and more aggressive practices and tactics, said U.
President Trump is absolutely right to call for a robust infrastructure plan that rebuilds our national parks, refuges, and Indian schools, and I look forward to helping him deliver on that historic mission," said U.
Americas public lands are full of postcard worthy places, like one of Michigans best kept secrets, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, said U.
Following congressional appropriation, the monies are apportioned to the states by the U.
Restoring trust in the federal government and being a good land manager are two of my top priorities at Interior, and state and local input, particularly in communities surrounding public lands, is imperative to building trust," said U.

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