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Landfill Development Finally Defeated at Joshua Tree National Park

No Trash, Just Treasure

Landfill Development Finally Defeated at Joshua Tree National Park

By David Lamfrom, California Desert Senior Program Manager We’ve been treated to quite a spring here in the California desert. […]

Fracking and National Park Wildlife

Every year, hydraulic fracturing for natural gas and oil (known as “fracking”) moves closer to national park boundaries, posing threats […]

NPCA Chief Operating Officer Theresa Pierno

A Q&A with NPCA’s New Acting President on Transition and Opportunity

The journalist Linda Ellerbee once said, “What I like most about change is that it’s a synonym for ‘hope.’” This […]

Gray wolf.

NPCA Petitions Park Service to Safeguard Park Wolves in Wyoming

Last September, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) approved a plan to remove gray wolves from the Endangered Species […]

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

National Parks Deserve to Be Protected from Oil and Gas Development

Theodore Roosevelt was our greatest conservation president. President Roosevelt’s boundless vision and determination resulted in a system of national parks that […]