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Annual Report

2014

Letter from the Board Chair and President

Nearly 80 years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched the Federal Art Project, a New Deal program designed to help put the nation’s artists to work. The See America program created thousands of posters showcasing our national parks and other beloved landscapes. The hope was to encourage Americans and tourists to literally get out and see the best our country had to offer...

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2013

Letter from the Board and President

When the bill establishing Yellowstone National Park landed on President Ulysses S. Grant’s desk in 1872, America was reeling. Shots still rang out through Southern states where feuding militias forestalled peace; Congress debated Confederates’ right to vote in the newly reunited nation....

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2012

Letter from the Board and President

Birthdays are times for reflection. They invite us to take stock of how we’ve passed our days so far and prompt us to adjust our future course so we can come closer to the ideals we hold up for ourselves. As it approaches its centennial in 2016, the National Park Service is looking long and hard at its past and future legacy—and looking to the National Parks Conservation Association to help prepare the parks for their second hundred years of service...

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2011

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2006-2010

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Download the 2007 Annual Report (PDF 1.4 MB)

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