Posts by Jennifer Errick

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 […]

NPCA-Sponsored Events Focus Attention on the “Ritchie Boys” and Their Legacy of Heroism from WWII

In June, NPCA sponsored a two-day commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of Camp Ritchie Military Intelligence Training […]


All Hands on Deck for the AIDS Memorial Quilt on the National Mall

Measuring in at 54 tons, The AIDS Memorial Quilt will be displayed on the National Mall and in more than […]


What’s Old Is New Again: Grand Teton Leads the Way in Re-Envisioning Historic Buildings

By Daniel Saxton, NPCA’s Center for Park Research’s Senior Program Coordinator There are approximately 9,600 historic buildings in the National […]


Friday Photo: Giving Creative Life to Discarded Plastic

The new issue of National Parks magazine is online this week (and in mailboxes soon), and its cover features a striking […]