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Trustees for the Parks are a special group of national park advocates that have stepped forward to stake a claim in making sure our parks are protected in our communities, by our courts and on Capitol Hill

With an annual gift of $1,000 or more you will become a member of this special park community

As a valued Trustee for the Parks you will be invited to:

  • Join NPCA program staff at national park events across the country, including our popular Speaker Series and specially planned park tours
  • Participate in briefing calls with NPCA strategists on park-related policy and legislative issues

NPCA 2019 Annual Report

The Path Forward: 100 Years of Protecting America’s Parks

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You will also receive:

  • A subscription to National Parks, NPCA’s award-winning magazine
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  • Important and timely news about how we are putting your contribution to work for our parks
  • Recognition in NPCA’s annual report

Read more from NPCA

  • Blog Post

    Yosemite Valley to Herself, After a Wait

    Apr 2021 | By Kati Schmidt

    Parks including Glacier, Rocky Mountain and Yosemite are using reservation and timed-entry systems to help manage heavy crowds — a problem that long preceded the pandemic. While these changes…

  • Blog Post

    7 Places Worth Saving

    Apr 2021 | By Matthew Kirby, Jennifer Errick

    By protecting the areas surrounding national parks, the U.S. can build resilient landscapes that prevent the worst effects of climate change and species loss. But we must act soon…

  • Blog Post

    The Park That Made COVID Testing Possible

    Apr 2021 | By Jennifer Errick

    A bacterial discovery at Yellowstone 55 years ago has been key to the development of PCR testing, the most reliable way to know whether someone has COVID-19.