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FAQ: New National Monument at Pullman Shines a Spotlight on Community Spirit and Our Shared Heritage

Earlier today, President Obama stood in front of hundreds of community advocates in Chicago and declared Pullman a national monument. […]

Park Service Releases Most-Visited National Park Sites of 2014

New numbers break all-time national park tourism records

Yesterday, the National Park Service released data on the number of people who visited sites throughout the park system in […]

A hiker looks across Kings Canyon National Park from Big Baldy Ridge. Ozone levels regularly exceed EPA standards at this park, putting people and plants at risk.

How Much Pollution Is Too Much?

Why NPCA Is Pushing for Healthier Air Standards

As our understanding of air pollution evolves, so does the U.S. government’s responsibility to regulate these dangers. According to new […]

Buffalo National River.

Judge’s Ruling a Victory for Buffalo National River

Coalition Seeks to Protect Arkansas’ National River from Factory Farm Waste

The end of 2014 brought a legal victory so significant for the Buffalo National River watershed in Arkansas that the […]

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

5 Ways the New Congress Can Support National Parks

If you’re looking forward to the New Year and getting ready to turn over a new leaf, you aren’t alone. […]