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With Your Help, Traveler Will Be Able To Cover More History In The National Park System

The National Park Service manages and interprets some of the country’s most significant and poignant history. From Revolutionary War sites up to the Manhattan Project and the farmworkers movement to gay rights, the agency has a thick portfolio of properties to manage and stories to tell. With your tax-deductible contributions, we'll be able to tell more and more of those stories.
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Former Northeast Regional Director Worked Out Confidential Deal With National Park Service

A former Northeast regional director for the National Park Service who admitted to submitting fraudulent travel vouchers totaling nearly $18,000 worked out a confidential agreement with the agency that allowed him to stay with the Park Service, albeit in a different role.
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Your Donations To National Parks Traveler Will Enable Us To Provide More Coverage On National Park Wildlife Issues

Managing and preserving wildlife like bison, manatees, and condors is a key and ongoing mission for the National Park Service. Your tax-deductible donations to National Parks Traveler will support stories revolving around wildlife and the health of national park ecosystems.
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NPS Official Investigated For Padding His Travel Expenses Lands New Position

A senior National Park Service official investigated for padding his travel expenses by nearly $18,000 reportedly has been transferred to a position overseeing the agency's Park Planning, Facilities and Lands department, a move that drew quick criticism from union representatives.
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Essential Park Guide, Summer 2017: Join The Park Side

Let's face it: at National Parks Traveler, we're excited about summer in the National Park System. This summer will be particularly memorable for folks who are able to visit a park on August 21, when a total solar eclipse will darken a swath of the country, from John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon, through Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, and eastward into Congaree National Park in South Carolina.
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