Trustees for the Parks

Will You Help Protect Our National Parks for Future Generations?

Trustees for the Parks are NPCA’s leading advocates who enable our team of researchers and influencers to provide fact-based guidance to your representatives in Washington, DC and the National Park Service.

Trustees' generous tax-deductible commitments provide us with the financial strength to act quickly when urgent threats to national parks arise — such as proposed budget cuts or legislation that would:

  • lead to reduced ranger staffing, closed parks, or cancelled education and outreach programs
  • threaten wildlife and habitat including air, water, or land quality in — and — around national parks
  • undermine the historical integrity and preservation of America’s natural and cultural resources.
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