September, 2012

National Parks Plus Kids: Glacier–More Than Ice and Snow

Glacier is a spectacular place with much to offer young kids. To make the most of it, be prepared to […]

Victory! Plans for Coal Plant Near National Parks in Virginia Suspended

We did it! NPCA supporters and thousands of others convinced Old Dominion Electric Company (ODEC) to suspend their plans to […]

Lucas, Isabelle, and Craig Obey hug the largest spruce tree in the country.

National Parks Plus Kids, Week Three: Olympic–A Gold Medal National Park for Kids

By Craig Obey, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs Fresh after landing in Seattle and battling our rental car company to […]

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Walking to Protect Glacier’s Water

By Sarah Lundstrum, Glacier Field Representative Pauline Matt dreamed that the water was dying and that she had the power […]

Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland.

Did You Know? Only 28% of Civil War Battlefields Have National Park Protections

In 1993, the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP)—a National Park Service program created to provide funds and assistance for battlefield […]