October, 2012

Preserving National Parks: It’s Not Just Popular, It’s Patriotic

Note: This is NPCA’s third and final story in our series on the upcoming presidential election. You can sign NPCA’s petition urging […]

National Parks Plus Kids: Adventures on Wizard Island

“It’s like a crater and a lake.” That profound observation made by another visitor at Crater Lake National Park provided […]

The Cuyahoga River in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Focus on Water: Celebrating the Clean Water Act’s 40th Anniversary

Forty years ago today, Congress overrode a veto from President Nixon to officially make the Clean Water Act the nation’s […]


Going Beyond Boundaries: Preservation and National Parks

For historic preservationists, the conservation of American cultural and natural history often begins in our national parks. This is where […]

58,000 Acres South of Grand Teton National Park Saved from Natural Gas Development

NPCA Celebrates the Preservation of the Hoback Basin

Just south of Grand Teton National Park, a Houston-based company had proposed to develop 136 natural gas wells on U.S. […]