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1 As Indigenous Protesters Take On Border Wall Construction, National Park Service Closes Road To Sacred Spring
2 National Park Service releases environmental assessment for Obama Center, schedules public meetings
3 Yosemite National Park to end reservation system in November
4 Sequoia National Park re-opening
5 INTERIOR: Court could oust acting National Park Service chief
6 National Park Service announces visitor services will resume in October
7 National Park Service seeks public comment on trail near Namekagon River
8 Feds want courthouse input; conditional approval given by National Park Service
9 September 30
10 National Park Service adds additional services for southern Arizona starting October
11 New Visitor Center at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument To Expand Educational Opportunities for all Visitors
12 With New Funding, National Park Service Will Start Addressing Long-Overdue Repairs
13 National Park Service allows for the killing of native elk to appease ranchers, angering conservationists | TheHill
14 Map: 7 national forests in California closed; Sequoia National Park reopens
15 National Park Service Releases Point Reyes Plan; Limit To Size Of Tule Elk Herd; Allow Cattle Ranching
16 Fact check: Photo claiming National Park Service gives watermelon to bees is false
17 Filing Seeks To Determine Extent Of Environmental Contamination At Caneel Bay
18 U.S. Department of the Interior—Operation of the Old Post Office Observation Tower during the Fiscal Year 2019 Lapse in Appropriations
19 Park service bars access to site of border wall protests in Arizona
20 Meet The National Park Service's New Head — She's A West Virginian
21 National Park Service failed to warn residents in deadly Gatlinburg wildfires, judge rules
22 National Park Service adapts to online commemoration of Battle of Chickamauga
23 Edwin Bearss, Park Service historian and Civil War authority, dies at 97
24 National Park Foundation and Partners Increase Investment in Service Corps Programs Across the Country
25 Ed Bearss, Past Chief Historian Of National Park Service, Dies At 97
26 Tule elk at Point Reyes may be killed under controversial plan
27 Fact check: National Parks Service is not offering watermelons to bee colonies
28 Tips from the public may help catch Buffalo River cave vandals
29 National Park Service names Jackson native as chief spokespersonNational Park Service names Jackson native ...
30 National Park Service promotes Clay Jordan to Sequoia-Kings Canyon superintendent
31 Park Service Announces Kings Canyon National Park to Reopen Wednesday, September 23 as Air Quality Improves
32 Outer Banks Park Service Sites to Reopen
33 National Park Service museums on the Outer Banks reopening to public this weekend
34 Get outdoors: You can visit a national park for free this weekend. Here’s what to know
35 National Park Service Says the Santa Monica Mountains are Experiencing a “Summer of Kittens”
36 National Park Service Native American Affairs Liaison Named
37 Manhattan Project National Historical Park Showcases Artwork Of Barranca Mesa Elementary Students In Peace Art Project
38 Glacier Bay National Park acquires ancestral site of Hoonah's Tlingit
39 Steele book highlights Park Service career
40 National Park Service announces results of local traffic safety campaign
41 National Park Service Releases General Management Plan Amendment and Final Environmental Impact Statement for Point Reyes National Seashore and the North District of Golden Gate National Recreation Area
42 National Park Service grant to help fund Inclined Plane renovations
43 Travel: Shenandoah National Park Offers Something for Everyone
44 National Park Service Proposes A New Shoreside Floating Dock Along The USS Arizona
45 Rangers recover body of hiker in Mount Rainier National Park
46 MDAH awarded National Park Service grant
47 Director of the NPS appointment, violates Federal Vacancies Reform Act
48 Moccasin Bend Lecture Series goes virtual
49 Fat Bear Week: What it is and how to celebrate
50 Tune Into National Parks Traveler's Podcast
51 Your Marriott national park hotel stay may have just gotten cheaper
52 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Vandalized With 'Black Lives Don't Matter' Sign
53 ROAD TRIP: Bighorn Battlefield National Monument To Expand Educational Opportunities for all Visitors
54 Fat Bear Week returns: Alaska national park's competition celebrates chubbiest bears
55 16 Yellowstone National Park employees test positive for COVID-19 since the first week of September
56 16 Yellowstone workers positive for COVID-19 in September
57 National Park Service investigates vandalism inside cave along Buffalo National River
58 Washington Monument reopens for visitors. Here's how you can visit
59 Hurd, Kind Celebrate 50 Years of the National Park Service's Volunteers-in-Parks Program
60 Star Map Company Reveals Top National Parks For Stargazing
61 How do you save the Outer Banks' shrinking beaches? Officials hope new rules will help.
62 Hunter killed by grizzly bear in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
63 As Yosemite National Park turns 130 years old, visitation is restricted due to California wildfires and COVID-19
64 Visit The 8 Places In Colorado Designated As International Dark Sky Locations
65 A two-page White House ‘race’ memo became a flash point in Tuesday’s debate
66 Biologists try to keep weeks-old mountain lion kittens in the wild after their mom dies
67 DC Awarded Federal Grant To Study Women's History
68 Ashland Memorials Added to National Register of Historic Places
69 Kingsport Hosiery Mills on track for historic designation
70 Washington Monument opens; welcomes first visitors to the top since March 13
71 It's time to own up to the racism and violence embedded in the names of parks and public lands
72 How Do I Enjoy Outdoor Hiking Responsibly in a Pandemic?
73 Acadia National Park pushing for deferred repairs on maintenance facility
74 SQF Complex containment up to 61 percent: Sequoia National Park opens today
75 Port Salerno Elementary School chosen to represent state for 'America Celebrates' display
76 Anonymous tip leads to discovery of human remains at Mesa Verde
77 State’s DNR leader takes in Kankakee River, Portage erosion as part of regional tour
78 New Project to Map Bay’s African American History
79 Mother of Bijan Ghaisar, the unarmed man slain by Park Police officers, calls on Congress to require body cameras
80 Feds cite border-wall safety for Quitobaquito closing; critics see other motives
81 Toxic Algae Found At Blue Mesa Reservoir In Curecanti National Recreation Area
82 Here's where you can find places to see fall leaves in Atlanta
83 Briefs: CDOT to begin ADA ramp project in Mesa County
84 Regional campgrounds shutting down the next few weeks
85 Free admission to National Parks Saturday
86 Beach nourishment effort reverses erosion's damage
87 The Mill at MSU unveils markers signaling National Register of Historic Places designation
88 Trump Slaps California With Anti-Environmental Plan for Point Reyes National Seashore
89 Roy Exum: Why Our West Burns
90 National Park Service superintendent leaves Skagway for research position in Montana
91 National Park Service waiving entrance fees on Aug. 25, but check your park before you go
92 Park Service anniversary finds government working to implement new funding | TheHill
93 National Park Service to waive entrance fees at open parks to aid social distancing
94 National parks are getting more funding: What it means for visitors (including an extra free day)
95 The National Park Service Has Not Required All Locations to Close During Coronavirus, Despite Demands
96 Blue Ridge Parkway teen volunteer wins National Park Service excellence award
97 National Park advocates call for slow, controlled re-opening
98 Park Service under fire for role in GOP convention | TheHill
99 National Park Service seeks input on Paw Paw tunnel rock slide repairs
100 National Park Service proposes improvements to visitor service program