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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. […]

Historic “Parks Package” Passes Congress

Frequently asked questions on the new legislation that will expand and further enhance America’s National Park System

Today, Congress authorized the largest expansion of the National Park System since 1978 by passing the National Defense Authorization Act […]

A well pad very close to the boundary of the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

New “FracTracker” Tool Can Help Safeguard National Parks

National parks preserve America’s priceless natural and cultural heritage for all time. But as America continues to grow and prosper, […]

Monocacy National Battlefield in Maryland.

Victory: Incinerator Project Defeated at Monocacy

For nearly a decade, county officials in Maryland had planned to build a large trash-burning incinerator just yards away from […]

Lancelot Jones with his sea sponges.

A Little-Known Piece of History Reclaimed

Celebrating Florida’s First Lancelot Jones Day

Many Americans will recognize this coming Monday, October 13, as a holiday honoring Christopher Columbus. Thanks to NPCA supporters, the […]