Mount Rainier is seen through the trees at Mount Rainier National Park, Jan. 28. Rainier and the nation’s other national parks and public lands have long relied on a funding program, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which Congress is preparing to renew as part of a package of related legislation. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)

Mount Rainier is seen through the trees at Mount Rainier National Park, Jan. 28. Rainier and the nation’s other national parks and public lands have long relied on a funding program, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which Congress is preparing to renew as part of a package of related legislation. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)

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