National Park Service

Since 1916, the National Park Service has been entrusted with the care of our national parks. With the help of volunteers and partners, we safeguard these special places and share their stories with more than 318 million visitors every year. 

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Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative
The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative is a partnership among public and private organizations to determine trends in amphibian populations.

Appalachian National Scenic Trail
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Arroyo Seco Watershed Restoration Program
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Big Thicket National Preserve
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Boston Harbor Island National Park Area
A new breed of National Park, owned and managed collaboratively by a broad range of public and private landowners, agencies, and partners.

Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network
A partnership of more than 140 parks, refuges, museums, historic sites, and water trails builds citizen involvement in the Chesapeake region.

Chesapeake Bay Program, Chesapeake Bay Commission
The Chesapeake Bay Program is a multi-state, multi-agency effort to restore water quality in the Chesapeake Bay through sound land-use decisions.

Chouteau Island Implementation
The Chouteau Island Implementation effort will convert a 5,500 acre island-complex, outside of St. Louis, Mo., into a passive recreational complex with extensive floodplain habitat restoration.

Confluence: A Conservation, Heritage & Recreation Corridor
Reconnecting people to region’s Great Rivers through a system of multi-use trails, recreation facilities, historic sites, visitor education centers, public art & interpretation.

Creating Recreation Outlets through Land Revitalization Efforts
The City of Providence has redeveloped a number of former Brownfields sites into greenspace and bike paths, using federal and state funding, including U.S. EPA Brownfields Resources.

Crissy Field Restoration
The Restoration project created a world-class waterfront park from a former 100-acre asphalt and concrete dump, raising $34 million in private funds.

Cuyahoga Valley Countryside Initiative
Partnership is conserving living farms in harmony with National Park Service cultural and land stewardship values, and managing farms via private leases.

Dry Creek Quarry Restoration
Since 2004, Sequoia Riverlands Trust has been restoring natural stream flows, recontouring disturbed areas, seeding native grasses and planting oak and sycamore trees at this former gravel mine.

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
The community of Coupeville, WA, and the National Park Service manage Ebey’s Landing for historic, agricultural, and open space conservation.

FireWise Communities
FireWise Communities is a national initiative helping communities and their residents design, build, and maintain fire resistant properties.

Fort McHenry Wetland Restoration and Field Station
The Aquarium worked to reconstruct this wetland creating a fully functioning marsh by promoting regular, natural tidal flooding, controlling debris accumulation, and enhancing habitat.

Friends of the Rappahannock (F.O.R.)
Conservation and protection of the Rappahannock River and its watershed through locally-led partnerships promoting L.I.D practices, agricultural BMP’s and conservation easements.

Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership
The Front Range Fuels Treatment Partnership is a dynamic partnership of federal, state and local governments, land-management agencies, private landowners, conservation organizations and others.

GeoMAC provides the public and wildland fire managers Internet access to interactive maps with current wildland fire locations and perimeters.

Grand County / BLM Recreation Partnerships
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Great Lakes “Coaster” Brook Trout Restoration
Collaboration among federal and state governments, tribes, and private organizations to help bring the Coaster brook trout back to Lake Superior.

Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration
The Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration initiative puts in place the largest and most ambitious watershed recovery program in U.S. history.

Gulf Coastal Plain Ecosystem Partnership (GCPEP)
A partnership to protect and manage exceptional biodiversity across the GCPEP landscape, while remaining consistent with the partner’s individual and diverse missions.

Habitattitude, an innovative partnership that unifies government and industry to promote environmentally responsible consumer behaviors to aquarium hobbyists, water gardeners and backyard pond owners.

Headwaters Corner Interpretive Center
Community partners and conservation agencies collaborate to bring environmental education of regional significance to the general public of southern California.

Help Us Stop the Spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species
A cooperative effort between Federal, provincial, state, regional, and local agencies and many other stakeholders to prevent the westward spread aquatic nuisance species in North America.

Indian Creek Restoration/City Center Revitalization
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Keizer Rapids Regional Community Park
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LANDFIRE is a multi-organization partnership to identify and prioritize areas for, and improve coordination on, hazardous fuel reduction.

Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium
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National Park Service and California State Parks
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Nisqually River Collaborative Management
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Northeast Florida Islands Initiative Project
Innovative cooperative agreements, strategic land acquisition, and effective management strategies to conserve and create the largest urban park system in the nation.

Page County Water Quality Advisory Committee
Active committee comprised of local stakeholders formed to advise elected officials on water quality issues, both surface water and groundwater

Penobscot River Restoration Project
Project removed barriers to migration of Atlantic salmon and other fish on Maine’s Penobscot River while maintaining energy generating capacity.

Point Loma Ecological Reserve
Landowners on Point Loma Peninsula joined with the U.S. Navy to establish a 650-acre Ecological Reserve Area to restore native coastal habitat.

Project Green
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Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District
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Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute at Northland College
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Southern Nevada Lands Partnership
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Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative
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Swamplovers Partnership
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Tapoco Hydroelectric Project
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Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve
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