ACT NOW: Today President Trump signed an executive order instructing the Department of the Interior to review national monuments designated under the Antiquities Act and recommend possible changes to them. It's up to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to protect our public lands. Tell him not to diminish our national monuments: [ Parkb.it Link ]
ACT NOW Today President Trump signed an executive order instructing the Department

Tell Zinke: Protect Our National Monuments

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Timothy K. Ready
Carol Chamberlain
Elaine Coate
Today President Trump is expected to sign an executive order directing the Department of Interior to conduct a review of dozens of national monuments to recommend potential changes to them. This order is an attack on the Antiquities Act, a bipartisan conservation tool used by presidents of both parties for more than a century. [ Parkb.it Link ]
Today President Trump is expected to sign an executive order directing the

Trump Administration Takes Aim at America’s National Monuments with Executive Order

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Sherri Paricio Bornhoft
Frances Lindquist
George Alderson
Happy 70th Birthday, Theodore Roosevelt National Park! The stunning landscape, where the Great Plains meets the Badlands, is also the former home of President Theodore Roosevelt. Unfortunately, Meridian Energy wants to give the park the opposite of a birthday gift: a 55,000 gallon-per-day oil refinery, just outside of the park’s borders. Stand up for the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, and take...
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Happy 70th Birthday Theodore Roosevelt National Park The stunning landscape where the

Help NPCA Protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park - National Parks Conservation Association

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Tracey Adams
Evie Dorsey
Dannielle Wells
As Congress returns to DC tomorrow, the clock is ticking to pass a federal budget. How does this affect national parks? NPCA’s FAQ has more details: [ Parkb.it Link ]
As Congress returns to DC tomorrow the clock is ticking to pass

FAQ: The Federal Budget and How It Could Affect National Parks

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Corinne Peace
Diane Siburt
Dorothy Gehgan-heim
#NationalParkWeek may be over, but there are still plenty of opportunities to explore our national parks. Check out our upcoming trips schedule to start the adventure of a lifetime: [ Parkb.it Link ] #travelNPCA
NationalParkWeek may be over but there are still plenty of opportunities to

Travel with NPCA

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Dianna Chism Prine
Mindy Detherow
Today is National Park Prescription Day, a national celebration dedicated to recognizing the positive impact of getting out in parks and nature to our health. Learn more: [ Parkb.it Link ] #ParkRx
Today is National Park Prescription Day a national celebration dedicated to recognizing

National ParkRx Day | Park Rx

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As #NationalParkWeek comes to a close, NPCA's President and CEO Theresa Pierno highlights the need for ongoing advocacy to make sure our parks get the funding they need to keep protecting America's favorite places: [ Parkb.it Link ]
As NationalParkWeek comes to a close NPCAs President and CEO Theresa Pierno

We Can’t Protect National Parks on Shoestring Budgets

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Cynthia C. Tidwell
George Ann Carter
John Cooper
Don't forget: #NationalParkWeek doesn't have to be the only time of the year you advocate for the national parks! Learn more about how you can make your voice heard in support of parks all year round: [ Parkb.it Link ]
Dont forget NationalParkWeek doesnt have to be the only time of the

How Can I Make a Difference?

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Teresa Elaine
179 years ago today, America's most famous naturalist and conservationist, John Muir, was born. Known as the "Father of the National Park Service," Muir was an advocate for nature throughout his life, and he fought to protect many of the beloved places we know today as national parks, including Yosemite, Sequoia, Grand Canyon and Mt. Rainier.
179 years ago today Americas most famous naturalist and conservationist John Muir
Elizabeth Lentz Davison
Chad Gilles
JoAnne Dolan
Marching for science this weekend? Did you know that national parks play a key role in research that changes how we see the world? Check it out: [ Parkb.it Link ]
Marching for science this weekend Did you know that national parks play

Why Science Matters for National Parks

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#NationalParkWeek Day 7: The Southwest is home to several of our nation's most popular parks, including the Grand Canyon, Arches, and Zion. Unfortunately, Utah lawmakers want to permanently repeal a plan that would clean up air pollution in these parks. Act now and tell Congress that removing clean air protections for Southwestern national parks is unacceptable: [ Parkb.it Link ]
NationalParkWeek Day 7 The Southwest is home to several of our nations

Don't Remove Clean Air Protections for Southwestern National Parks! - National Parks Conservation Association

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Just how pervasive is oil and gas drilling in national parks? NPCA’s Nicholas Lund speaks with Vox about the 42 national parks that have private mineral rights beneath their surfaces and how a move by the Trump Administration could undo critical safeguards for these parks from the impacts of oil and gas drilling: [ Parkb.it Link ]
Just how pervasive is oil and gas drilling in national parks NPCAs

Trump wants to make it easier to drill in national parks. We mapped the 42 parks at risk.

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Meghan Jones
Julie Vanover
Janis Tullis
#NationalParkWeek Day 6: Today's action for our parks is a fun one! The national parks offer endless opportunities to explore majestic landscapes and rich cultural and historic landmarks, so take some time this week to share these unforgettable experiences with friends and family out in the parks. Even better, admission to all national parks is FREE this weekend, so be sure you take advantage!
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BREAKING NEWS: Visitation to national parks contributed a record $34.9B to the US economy last year. But parks continue to face challenges that require more funding, not less. Our statement: [ Parkb.it Link ]
BREAKING NEWS Visitation to national parks contributed a record 349B to the

National Parks Boast a $34 Billion Boom as Budget Cuts Loom

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Mark Drake
Sheila Mulcahy
Albert Preciado
#NationalParkWeek Day 5: The Chesapeake Bay is home to more than 50 national parks. The Chesapeake Bay Program is a critical funding source administered by the EPA, which helps restore and protect rivers and streams of the Chesapeake watershed and improve our national parks in the region. But the administration wants to eliminate this important funding source entirely! This would be...
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NationalParkWeek Day 5 The Chesapeake Bay is home to more than 50

Protect Streams, Rivers and Our National Parks with Reasonable Funding for the Chesapeake Bay Program!

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William Yowell
#NationalParkWeek Day 4: Due to years of underinvestment by Congress in aging infrastructure, our national parks are plagued with a nearly $12 billion repair backlog. Recently, Senators Mark Warner of Virginia and Rob Portman of Ohio introduced bipartisan legislation, the National Park Service Legacy Act, to direct more federal funds to addressing the backlog. Act now and tell your Senator to...
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NationalParkWeek Day 4 Due to years of underinvestment by Congress in aging

Senators: Cosponsor the National Park Service Legacy Act Today! - National Parks Conservation Association

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Patricia Vance
Debi Hunn Norberg
Elizabeth Houser
#NationalParkWeek Day 3: Here at NPCA, we're a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy group working to protect and promote the national parks. NPCA membership allows you to help support our work on behalf of the parks, so if you're not already an NPCA member, now is the time to join! [ Parkb.it Link ]
NationalParkWeek Day 3 Here at NPCA were a nonprofit nonpartisan advocacy group

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#NationalParkWeek Day 2: Did you know that some of America's favorite national parks, from Acadia to the Grand Canyon, were originally created using the Antiquities Act? For more than 100 years, this bipartisan law has been used to protect iconic landscapes, as well as historic and cultural sites. Tell your members of Congress to oppose any actions that would undermine this critical...
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NationalParkWeek Day 2 Did you know that some of Americas favorite national

Tell Congress to Preserve and Protect the Antiquities Act! - National Parks Conservation Association

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Christy Kurtz
Rusty Austin
Diane Newell Meyer
In celebration of #NationalParkWeek, we'll be sharing one action a day that you can take to help support our national parks. The Park Service is hosting events in parks around the country this week and throughout the spring and summer. There are volunteer opportunities, guided hikes, and lots of kid-friendly events, so take a look at their event calendar and find an upcoming event near you! [...
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In celebration of NationalParkWeek well be sharing one action a day that

Event Calendar (U.S. National Park Service)

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Mary Heider
Bufford Buchanan
Kaiulani Holmquist
National Park Week is almost here! This weekend and next, admission to all of America’s 400+ national park sites is free, so make sure you get outside and enjoy them. #FindYourPark
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