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Not Your Typical Coverage Of The National Park System

The "fire hose" at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park/Rebecca Latson

National Parks Traveler works to cover all aspects of the National Park System, including the "fire hose" at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park/Rebecca Latson

National Parks Traveler runs stories week-in and week-out about seasonal operations in the National Park System: campground openings, trail conditions, fee information. It’s that sort of reader service material that draws much of our traffic; people looking for the latest news that might impact their national park vacation. But that’s just the chum, if you will, to invite you to explore Traveler’s other content and educate and keep yourself up to date on what else is going on in the parks.

For instance, “deeper” stories that we’ve offered are diverse and, in some cases, hard-hitting, all with hopes of building the ranks of national park advocates and nurturing tomorrow’s stewards.

Hurricanes, Recovery, And Resiliency In The Caribbean's National Parks

Condor Recovery Program Hindered By Lead Shot That's Poisoning Birds

Analysis: Would A Government Shutdown Usher In A New Vision For The National Park Service?

Traveler’s View: Bridges, Radios, And Budget Woes In The National Parks

Bison In The West: Returning Bison To The Landscape

The Most Remote Outhouse In The Lower 48

Organ Pipe Cactus: A Sonoran Desert Treasure

Exploring Paradise In Three Days

Stories From 2017 That Deserve A Second Look

There are endless stories within the National Park System that deserve to be told. Stories such as the vanishing impact of the Civilian Conservation Corps from the park landscape, is Wilderness in the parks at threat from pending legislation in Congress, what mysteries is the warming permafrost in national parks in Alaska revealing? 

But reporting on those stories is not without expenses. Serious journalism requires a serious investment. 

National Parks Traveler is a startup 501(c)(3) nonprofit media organization. Please help us expand our daily parks coverage to include more long-form multimedia packages that explore the wonders of the parks and the threats they face. You can donate online, or send a check to National Parks Traveler, P.O. Box 980452, Park City, UT, 84098.

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Use the links below to make your donation to National Parks Traveler via PayPal, or send your check to National Parks Traveler, P.O. Box 980452, Park City, Utah, 84098. The Traveler is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit media organization. For U.S. residents, 100 percent of your contributions may be eligible for a tax deduction in accordance with applicable law. 

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