Grand Canyon National Park, Lava Beds National Monument, and Great Basin National Park are also seeking dark-sky designations--a distinction that serves to draw stargazing tourists and enhance awareness about night skies--awarded by the International Dark-Sky Association.
What does LABE stand for?
LABE stands for Lava Beds National Monument (US National Park Service)
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- Lyndon Avenue Baptist Church (Chattanooga, TN)
- Los Angeles Breast Cancer Alliance
- Laboratory Command (Army)
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- Leeds and Bradford Dyslexia Association (UK)
- Lava Beds Project
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- Literacy Adult Basic Education (Uganda; UNICEF program)
- Louisiana Association of Business Educators (Pineville, LA)
- Los Angeles Belizean Educational Network
- Latin American Business Environment Program (Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida; Gainesville, FL)
- Latin American Business Environment Report
- Low Altitude Balloon Extraction System
- Laboratory Exercise
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The tour features the Klamath Basin, the Crater Lake region, Tule Lake, Lava Beds National Monument, Lakeview and Ashland, including a performance at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
The federal agency also proposes raising entrance fees to $15 from $10 at Lava Beds National Monument in the Klamath Basin and other facilities under the 2005 Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act.
Lava Beds From a distance, the rugged volcanic outcrops of Lava Beds National Monument appear barren and forbidding.
Lava Beds National Monument, California Volcanic activity spewed forth molten rock and lava here, creating an incredibly rugged landscape, with natural fortresses used by the Modoc Indians during the war that began in 1872.