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  • Joshua Tree Victory

    No Trash, Just Treasure!

    After a 15-year battle, NPCA and more than 300,000 concerned citizens have finally defeated plans to build the country's largest landfill in wilderness near Joshua Tree National Park. The ill-conceived development would have reduced vital habitat for the endangered desert tortoise--making this a real win for all involved.

  • Petrified Forest Victory

    Saving Beauty, One Ranch at a Time

    A little more of the Arizona landscape will be saved for future generations thanks to a successful effort to purchase a 4,265-acre inholding at Petrified Forest National Park. Inholdings are privately owned lands entirely within national park boundaries that often become sites for trophy homes and other incompatible development. Now, the public will get to enjoy this valuable ranchland and its stunning views of the Painted Desert.

  • Snake River Victory

    Grand Teton Gets $16 Million, Just in Time

    NPCA helped secure federal funding to purchase threatened land along the Snake River that will now be incorporated into Grand Teton National Park. This land was particularly attractive to developers; now, instead of becoming a building site for trophy homes or luxury hotels, it will be preserved as a public resource. This is an important victory for the park, but more work must be doneto save an additional 1,320 acres before upcoming deadlines in 2014 and 2015.

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