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LGBT Parks in the National Park System

Pride Month Trivia Challenge

LGBT Parks in the National Park System

Q: The National Park Service has not always done a great job of interpreting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) […]

Transmission Lines in Everglades National Park? No Thanks!

Imagine Everglades National Park, and what comes to mind? For many people—even those who have never set foot in the […]

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Youth Push for Pullman on Capitol Hill

Earlier this month, NPCA and its supporters met with members of Congress to discuss creating Chicago’s first national park in […]

The Washington Monument. Photo © Scott Kirkwood.

FAQ: Celebrating the Monument of Monuments

As the tallest structure in the nation’s capital and one of the most iconic, the historic obelisk honoring America’s first […]

The Grand Canyon, one of dozens of national park sites preserved by the Antiquities Act. Photo © Pinwheels/Dreamstime.

The Attack on the Antiquities Act

Why This Hundred-Year-Old Law Matters for Congress and the Park System

In a move that alarmed the conservation community last month, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1459, legislation that […]