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THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK

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Local and state officials and others met to coordinate planning to meet infrastructure and other needs that will come from increased visitorship to Medora when the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library opens in 2026.
MEDORA, N.D. — The Theodore Roosevelt National Park's Facility Revitalization Plan and Environmental Assessment seeks public review and input before Sept. 14, as the park considers possible improvements at five of its developed areas.
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As Theodore Roosevelt National Park mulls a new plan for managing the horse herd — that could reduce the number of horses significantly or remove them entirely — advocates urge them to maintain a genetically healthy population.
The wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park have a mixed pedigree shaped by the likes of Sitting Bull, a flamboyant French aristocrat and a wealthy Pennsylvanian who started a massive ranch in western North Dakota.
Wine bar, Medora Uncork’d, features local music every Thursday night throughout the summer. We stopped by Thursday to listen to alternative country artist Kyle Wells, of southwest North Dakota, as well as speak to one of the wine bar co-owners on what they have in store for the rest of summer.
A range of options being studied for the park include new and improved visitor centers in both the north and south units as well as at the Painted Canyon overlook.

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Summer traffic in Medora, North Dakota, could double once the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library opens in 2026.
The harvest of native plant seeds, including some taken from Theodore Roosevelt's Maltese Cross and Elkhorn Ranch sites, marks a "hands-on-the-ground" step forward for the future western North Dakota attraction.
Dakota Prairie Grassland officials said they are surveying the area to identify a temporary reroute, and additional information will be released once a reroute is identified and completed.

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