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Latest News from Scenic America

Good news for scenic byways fans: the Senate Transportation, Housing, & Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations Subcommittee included $16 million for the National Scenic Byways Program in its FY 2022 bill, but we need your help to make sure the funding stays in place as the bill advances.

Take action now via the link below to tell your Representative to support this critical funding in the appropriations bill. We're counting on your help.


Austin v. Reagan Case: What You Need to Know

Find out what you need to know about the upcoming Supreme Court case, including how to listen in. Oral arguments will be heard on November 10.


Billboard Set to Come Down in Knox County, TN

Scenic Knoxville scored a victory this week as the Knox County Commission agreed to take down a billboard located next to a beloved community park. 


New Specialty License Plate Supports Scenic Walton

Scenic Walton struck up an innovative partnership with Florida lifestyle brand 30A to create a specialty tag celebrating the area's scenic beauty. All proceeds from the tag will benefit Scenic Walton. Pre-orders are now available. 



About the Highway Beautification Act

October 22 marked the 56th anniversary of the signing of the Highway Beautification Act. Learn more about the history of the legislation and the issues and challenges with its implementation.


Placemaking Spotlight: Hendersonville, North Carolina

Nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Great Smokies near Asheville, this charming North Carolina town exudes placemaking excellence. 


Scenic Heroes: Leigh Moore

With leadership roles in Scenic America and Scenic Florida, in addition to Scenic Walton, Leigh Moore is helping shape scenic conservation strategy on the local, state, and national levels.


Spotlight on Tribal Scenic Byways

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we are highlighting the tribal byways program and the 86 state and national scenic byways that pass through tribal lands.  


A Designer's Look at Austin v. Reagan

What are the implications of Austin v. Reagan for graphic designers and the experiential design community? Scenic Washington's Paula Rees explores the topic in this article that recently ran in the Society for Experiential Graphic Design's newsletter.


We Need Your Support

Our work creating a more scenic America for all of us is never-ending, and with your support, we can make a difference. Make a gift today to keep America's trees, roadways, and communities safe and beautiful. 


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