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    After the Storms: 9 Signs of Hope on the Coast

    Jul 2024 | By Sarah Gaines Barmeyer

    Above-normal hurricane activity is predicted for this summer. What does this mean for national parks? See how sustainable practices and technology-based solutions are strengthening them amid climate change. 

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    3 Reasons NPCA's 2024 ‘Pride in Our Parks’ Was Our Best Yet

    Jul 2024 | By Abbey Robertson, Vanessa Pius

    Couldn’t make it to NPCA’s June events celebrating LGBTQ+ pride? Here’s a recap that we hope  inspires you to join us next year. 

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    5 Park Landmarks with Curious July 4 Histories

    Jul 2024 | By Linda Coutant

    What sings ‘America the Beautiful’ more loudly than the natural landscape of our country? Here are five distinctive national park features named for events that took place on this U.S.…

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    I Was There in 1969: Why a Stonewall Visitor Center Matters

    Jun 2024 | By Mark Segal

    Mark Segal was 18 and had freshly arrived in New York City in 1969, just in time to participate in a watershed moment in LGBTQ history. Here, he recounts…

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    One Mountain, Three Oceans

    Jun 2024 | By Jennifer Errick

    One national park mountain, Triple Divide Peak, is the only place in the United States where rain and snowmelt flow into three different oceans.

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    Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: A Beacon Worth Preserving

    Jun 2024 | By Linda Coutant

    This month marks the 25th anniversary of the North Carolina icon being moved inland from the encroaching ocean. The famous beacon is now undergoing a major renovation to restore its…

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