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Floyd Bennett Field: The Next Jewel in New York’s Urban Park Crown
Summer 2011 (PDF 10 MB)
In April, 2010, Senator Charles Schumer (D - NY) and Rep. Anthony Weiner (D - Brooklyn and Queens) called for the formation of the Floyd Bennett Field Blue Ribbon Panel, a task force to make recommendations to the National Park Service (NPS) about how to improve Gateway National Recreation Area in New York / New Jersey.

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The Path Forward: Public Input on the Future of Gateway National Recreation Area
Fall 2009

NPCA recently teamed up with the Regional Plan Association (RPA) to conduct a public contest to re-design Gateway National Recreation Area. When the contest was over, NPCA and RPA put together this report with the input received from the entries concerning what the public would like to see happen with the park in the future. (PDF 25 MB).

Y2Y Routes for Wildlife
The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) works to preserve ancient wildlife corridors. This accompanying brochure, describes the Y2Y initiative and proposes a similar initiative for east coast barrier islands.(PDF 4 MB).
Natural History of New York City's Parks and Great Gull Island
September 2007
In a collaboration aimed at highlighting the natural history of New York City area parks at the turn of this century, these Transactions were a joint endeavor of the Linnaean Society of New York, the National Parks Conservation Association, and City of New York Department of Parks & Recreation.
 An Economic Asset at Risk An Economic Asset at Risk
December 2006
According to NPCA's economic analysis, America's National Park System generates at least four dollars for state and local economies in return for every one tax dollar that the Federal Government invests in the parks' budgets. Acadia National Park is profiled in this report.
Cape Cod  

Protecting Cape Cod National Seashore: Addressing Provincetown Municipal Airport Extension
June 2004     (PDF, 970 KB)

 

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