February, 2012

Millions of Artifacts, Historic Photos, and Important Documents Await Discovery

It’s hard to wrap your head around a number as large as 123 million. Yet this represents the number of items […]

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Have you wanted to travel to our national parks? Did you know that NPCA has a ParkScapes travel program? Check […]

The Battle of Fort Donelson by art publishers Kurz & Allison, created circa 1887.

Fort Donelson: A Big Battle on the War’s Frontier

Today marks the sesquicentennial of the major Civil War battle fought at Fort Donelson in Kentucky and Tennessee. Fort Donelson National […]

An FSA loan borrower in 1941 near what is now Virgin Islands National Park. Photo by Jack Delano, Farm Security Administration/Library of Congress.

Friday Photo: Portrait of a Virgin Islands Sugar Plantation Worker

When most people think about traveling to Virgin Islands National Park, they probably conjure up images of snorkeling and relaxing […]

The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

Earth to Congress: Spend More Green on Green Programs

This morning, NPCA joined more than 30 other environmental organizations calling on Congress to allocate more green for America’s green […]