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Fifty years after the passage of the Wilderness Act, America’s natural treasures are threatened by powerful forces like overdevelopment and climate change. But they are still as magnificent as ever.

Click above to see filmmaker Pete McBride’s striking ode to America’s wild backcountry – then share this video!

Video via The Atlantic.

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Former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg talks to the Orlando Sentinel in September 2019, during an interview at his office in Lake Mary, Fla.. - Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/Orlando Sentinel/TNS

ORLANDO, Florida – Joel Greenberg, the disgraced former Seminole County tax collector who resigned in June, appeared in federal court Monday morning and pleaded guilty to six felony crimes — including sex trafficking of a child — after striking a deal with the U.S. Attorney's Office. Greenberg was led into court by U.S. Marshals and appeared in a dark colored jail jumpsuit, shackled at the wrists and ankles and flanked by two attorneys. He spoke succinctly during the hearing, responding with one or two words to questions from a magistrate judge. In all, Greenberg faced 33 federal charges. But pro...

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