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What’s at Stake: Staff Shortages at Acadia National Park

If Congress does not act to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” the Park Service could lose 8 to 10 percent of […]

Congress: Time to Stop Bickering and Keep Our National Parks Open

Note: Here’s where you can take action to keep parks open. Today in northern Arkansas, an unusual thing happened: Park Service […]

Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland.

Preserving National Parks: It’s Not Just Popular, It’s Patriotic

Note: This is NPCA’s third and final story in our series on the upcoming presidential election. You can sign NPCA’s petition urging […]

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

Putting National Parks into the Debate

Questions for Obama and Romney

Note: This is the second of several stories on the upcoming presidential election. You can sign NPCA’s petition urging the […]

Volunteers help with restoration projects at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

Focus on Water: National Parks Play Vital Role in Restoring Great Lakes

Our national parks on the Great Lakes offer 620 miles of shoreline, beaches, dunes, and wetlands. These parks–like Sleeping Bear […]