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A month-long commemoration peaks on Saturday, September 26. It’s a celebration that many people have never heard of—even those who fish, hunt, hike, camp, paddle, and bike in the great outdoors. September is Public Lands Month, and the 26th of the month is Public Lands Day, both held to boost Americans’ appreciation of their community, state, and federal public lands legacy, a birthright citizens of no other country possess in such abundance and access.