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N.Y.: State seeks volunteers to prep campgrounds

(April 17, 2017) -- The New York state departments of Environmental Conservation and Parks and Recreation are teaming up to have volunteers work on campgrounds and trail systems around the state as part of the “I Love my Park Day” May 6. Read More »

NPS, National Park Foundation launch Parks 101

National Park Service

(April 17, 2017) -- In conjunction with this year’s National Park Week from April 15 through 23, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation will launch Parks 101, an ongoing series of hidden histories that showcase unexpected stories and experiences from America’s national parks and programs. Read More »

La. is trashiest state in America, parks director says

(April 14, 2017) -- "I'm convinced we're the trashiest state in America," Robert Barham, assistant secretary over state parks for Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser, testified during a budget hearing in the Capitol this week. "We should hang our heads in shame when Arkansas and Mississippi are cleaner than Louisiana." Read More »

VA: Governor to attend dedication at state park

(April 14, 2017) -- Completing a promise to tour all 37 Virginia State Parks, Gov. Terry McAuliffe will make his last stops Sunday and Monday at Staunton River State Park, Staunton River Battlefield State Park and Occoneechee State Park. Read More »

CA: Community mourns well-known ranger

(April 14, 2017) -- California parks employees and the Borrego Springs community are mourning the death of park ranger Steve Bier, who for the past 12 years had essentially been the face of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and a beloved figure in the tiny resort town. Read More »