38th Annual Salute to the Parks

National Parks Conservation Association's 38th Annual Salute to the Parks offers one of the largest and most influential gatherings of the conservation and historic preservation communities. This annual event celebrates our national parks and the people around the country who speak up on their behalf.

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This year’s Salute to the Parks will be a celebration of 100 years of success protecting these places. Sponsoring National Parks Conservation Association’s 38th Annual Salute to the Parks is an excellent opportunity to support NPCA’s work protecting and enhancing America’s National Park System for present and future generations.

HONORING:

Sylvia Y. Cyrus | Executive Director, Association for the Study of African American Life and History
Centennial Award for outstanding contributions toward ensuring our national parks are ready for their second century of service

Denis P. Galvin | Former Deputy Director, National Park Service
Centennial Award for outstanding contributions toward ensuring our national parks are ready for their second century of service

Thomas D. Mangelsen | Renowned American Nature and Wildlife Photographer
Robin W. Winks Award for enhancing public understanding of the National Park System

Click here for table sponsorship and ticket information. If you’d like to purchase tickets offline please contact Rachel Mentzer at rmentzer@npca.org or 202-853-4472.

Co-Chairs
Estela Avery, Bob Rosenbaum, Greg Vital

Host Committee
David and Marilyn Aldrich, Don and Anne Ayer, Nikki Buffa, Dorothy Canter, Victor Fazio and Kathy Sawyer, Bob and Diane Lane, Winsome McIntosh

calendary icon Date April 3, 2019
  • Location:
    National Building Museum 401 F St NW, Washington, DC 20001
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