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Got Milkweed? Crowdfunding Creates a Butterfly Effect for National Parks

Late last month, 30 middle-school students in Queens, New York, planted 200 new milkweed plants at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife […]

The Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy

A Lesson in Unity

Exactly one year ago today, Superstorm Sandy made landfall in the New York metropolitan area, leaving a trail of destruction in […]

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How One NPS Employee Turned Her Big Idea about Muppets into a Big Online Adventure for Kids

This past spring, Muppets Elmo and Murray learned how birds build nests at Gateway National Park and how the seasons […]

Destruction on Ellis Island caused by Superstorm Sandy.

Hope in the Wake of Tragedy

Sandy Supplemental Allows for Smart Redevelopment

When Sandy crashed ashore just a few months ago, it ravaged the cities, towns, and shorelines of New York and […]

Damage created by Superstorm Sandy at Jamaica Bay, Gateway National Park.

Veterans to Volunteer in Cleanup Efforts at Gateway National Recreation Area

When Superstorm Sandy made landfall in the Northeast late last October, many of New York’s beaches were inundated with damage and […]