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Best of the ’Net: The Experience Our Parks Edition

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Americans—all Americans—have a connection to our national parks. They are ours, our history, a reminder of our diverse culture, and the majestic landscapes that makes our country an amazing place to explore. The American Latino Expedition was launched on August 1st featuring bloggers from across the country as they embarked on a national park adventure to showcase how American Latinos [...]

Posted on: August 23 2013
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Best of the ’Net: The Midsummer Night’s Dream Edition

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This week on Best of the ’Net, I found a little bit of everything—from bears to hacks to stars—for a midsummer glimpse at our national parks online. 1. August is my favorite time to watch the night sky, thanks to the annual Perseid Meteor Shower. Enjoy this photo taken by Jack Fusco at Acadia National Park during last year’s shower. [...]

Posted on: August 9 2013
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Best of the ’Net: The Kid-Friendly and .007 Approved Edition

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This week’s Best of the ‘Net includes a virtual way to connect to Alaskan bears, fun things for kids to do in Yosemite, and cool gadgets to make your next camping trip more hi-tech. Our 401 national park sites span all 50 states, districts, and territories. The amazing cameras at explore.org can help connect us to these hard-to-get-to park units. [...]

Posted on: July 19 2013
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Best of the ’Net: The Outer Space Edition

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Our national parks remind us how diverse we are as a nation, where we come from, where we have been… but do they also show us what is unknown and yet to be discovered? This week on Best of the ’Net, we explore fun national park news around the web with an intergalactic theme. “A long time ago in a [...]

Posted on: July 12 2013
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Best of the ’Net: From Denali to “the Street”

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Best of the ’Net is NPCA’s weekly roundup of fun park-related stuff online. From the first summit of Mt. McKinley to the progress over the last few months restoring the Washington Monument to new outdoor discoveries by Sesame Street’s Elmo, this week was full of interesting finds online about our national parks. 1. Often it is challenging to put into [...]

Posted on: June 7 2013
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