October, 2012

Did You Know? Marine and Coastal Resources of the National Park System

Miles of coastal shoreline in the National Park System: 11,217* Acres of marine and Great Lakes water in the National […]

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We’ve Finally Honored One of My Greatest Heroes, César Chávez

A sea of more than 6,000 school children, politicians, farm workers, National Park Service rangers, community members, journalists, and celebrities […]

Ranger hat or astronaut helmet? Kids have important choices to make at Craters of the Moon.

National Parks Plus Kids: Volcanoes Are Cool

By Craig Obey, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs A kid can hardly leave Yellowstone without volcanoes on the brain. It […]

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

Putting National Parks into the Debate

Questions for Obama and Romney

Note: This is the second of several stories on the upcoming presidential election. You can sign NPCA’s petition urging the […]

Volunteers pull more than four tons of invasive plants from Saguaro National Park.

Friday Photo: Four Tons of Buffelgrass No Match for Hard-Working Volunteers

Last weekend, thousands of people around the country turned out to participate in National Public Lands Day, including about 60 volunteers who […]