I've been poking around www.archive.org for old reports for national parks that I love and frequent... Acadia National Park in Maine, and Cape Cod National Seashore in Mass. I have to wonder if Libertarians were in control of the government the past century if either park would have been created. I can't imagine a Libertarian being concerned about protecting land for public enjoyment and for future generations. Nor can I see them concerned about protecting unique flora and fauna, physiographic conditions, historical sites and structures for public enjoyment and understanding.
It's outside their realm of permissible thought. Like some broken robot, any consideration of the above would just "not compute".