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Spring/Summer 2015

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In This Issue:

  • Down to the Wire: Protecting Jamestown’s Historic Character
  • In Harm’s Way: Proposed Pipelines Threaten Our National Parks
  • Finding Your Voice for America’s National Parks
  • Anne Donahue-Volunteer, Supporter and Advocate
  • Park Victories: Clean Air and New National Parks
  • Upcoming NPCA Events in the Mid-Atlantic
  • Creature Feature: Among the Treetops

Previous Issues:

Fall/Winter 2014 (PDF, 676 KB)

  • The highlights for this issue:
  • Rx for Parks: Engaging the Next Generation in the Great Outdoors
  • What’s in Your Water?
  • Update from the Field
  • Defender of Battlefields, Edwin Fountain
  • Creature Feature: The Otter Among Us
  • Caution: Bumpy Road Ahead
  • Upcoming Mid-Atlantic Events

Spring/Summer 2014 (PDF, 1MB)

  • If These Parks Could Talk: Remembering the Civil War Overland Campaign of 1864
  • Partners & Progress at Gettysburg
  • NPCA’s new President and CEO: Clark Bunting
  • Our New Pennsylvania and Delaware Program Manager: Matt Elliott
  • Thank You!
  • What’s New on Fracking?
  • Why I Care: NPCA Volunteer Leader Lloyd Brown Speaks Up
  • Fish Tales
  • Upcoming NPCA Events in the Mid-Atlantic
  • Success at Harpers Ferry

Fall/Winter 2013 (PDF, 1 MB)

  • A Legacy Marches On: Making History in the National Parks
  • Monumental Changes
  • Mid-Atlantic Staff News
  • Balancing Energy Needs, Nature, and America's National Heritage
  • Gettysburg & Petersburg Battlefields Go Native
  • Why We Give: Dorothy and Jerry Canter

 

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