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Park Allies Target an Unwelcome Guest at Petrified Forest: Tumbleweed

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I love living in Arizona. The natural landscapes have always been among my favorite places to explore, with its many climates and ecosystems, including the desert, forests, mountains, and canyons. Yet, the native flora and fauna in my state face a serious threat: invasive species. Invasives, such as buffelgrass and quagga mussels, pose a direct economic and environmental threat to [...]

Posted on: November 20 2013
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This Month’s Featured National Heritage Area: Journey Through Hallowed Ground Commemorates Our National History

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By Shuan Butcher, Director of Communications, Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area is a 180-mile long, 75-mile wide swath of land stretching from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia. This unparalleled historic, cultural, and natural landscape includes: Nine presidential homes 30 historic Main Street communities 13 national park units Two [...]

Posted on: November 19 2013
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Take an Online Tour of the Buffalo, America’s First National River

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Congress designated the Buffalo as America’s first national river back in 1972; today, it remains one of the last undammed rivers in the country. In recent months, NPCA has helped protect its sensitive waters by taking legal action against an unprecedented factory farm that sits on a major tributary of the river. These photos showcase the stunning landscape that supporters [...]

Posted on: November 15 2013
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Reducing the Harmful Impacts of Oil and Gas Development Near Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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By Nick Lund, Manager, Landscape Conservation Program “I have always said I would not have been President had it not been for my experience in North Dakota.” –Theodore Roosevelt Would Theodore Roosevelt still be inspired to become America’s greatest conservationist president if he experienced western North Dakota today? The land he lived on is now preserved as Theodore Roosevelt National [...]

Posted on: November 11 2013
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Meet NPCA’s New President and CEO: A Q&A with Innovator and Conservationist Clark Bunting

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Earlier this week, NPCA named a new president and CEO to lead the organization during a time of political volatility, symbolic milestones, and strong public support for national parks. Innovator and conservationist Clark Bunting will take the helm next week after 26 years at the Discovery Channel, most recently as president and general manager, helping to pioneer such classic programs [...]

Posted on: November 8 2013
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