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Help us reach our $401,000 goal by 12/31 so we can start 2015 strong defending them.

The national parks are yours.

Make your year-end, tax-deductible contribution to protect them today!

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Civil War 150th GeoStory

December 2012

This GeoStory explores six sites in the Western territories that were directly involved in significant events of the Civil War, and offers some suggestions for actions that could help preserve them.

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Species Reintroduction GeoStory

June 2012

The loss of native species resulting from various causes—over-hunting, diseases, predator and “pest” control programs, and invasive species—is widespread throughout the United States. Many national parks are missing plants and animals that were historically present. At some parks, these species are being reintroduced.

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Historic Preservation in National Parks Slideshow

June 2012

The Center created this slideshow to highlight a few of the National Park Service's historic preservation efforts and to complement a Park Advocate blog piece on historic preservation.

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State of America's National Parks Map

June 2011

The information in the map comes from the Center for Park Research’s State of America’s National Parks report. Released in summer 2011, the report is an analysis of the Center’s 80 individual national park resource assessments as well as additional information that the Center collected.

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Appalachian National Scenic Trail Map

March 2010

This map shows the Appalachian National Scenic Trail from its southern terminus at Springer Mountain, Georgia, to its northernmost point on Mount Katahdin in Maine, as well as seven selected points in between. The place markers identify places of interest, issues, and projects that are highlighted in NPCA’s special report on the A.T.

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