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Hot Springs National Park

Your Chance To Run A Business Inside A National Park

As units of the National Park System grapple with the costs of maintaining historic structures, more and more park managers are looking to lease buildings with a requirement that the tenants maintain them. That's the case at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, where officials are looking for a business to occupy the Maurice Bathhouse building.
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On Jobs And The Environment: An Inaugural Memo To Donald Trump — And Us

Greetings, Mr. Trump, and congratulations. On Friday you take the oath of office as the 45th president of the United States. If perhaps you have been following the National Parks Traveler, you know that many people have already made up their minds. You will be a disaster for the national parks. As a businessman you will demand that the parks “make money,” and if they don’t help give them away.
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National Park Service Waived Policy To Allow Budweiser's Centennial Partnership

National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis waived agency policies against partnering with alcoholic beverage companies so the National Park Foundation could sign a multi-million-dollar agreement with Anheuser-Busch, a deal that provides Budweiser with valuable branding placements during the Park Service's centennial campaign.
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Slain Mount Rainier National Park Ranger 9th In Park Service History To Be Murdered In Line of Duty

When Mount Rainier National Park law enforcement Ranger Margaret Anderson was shot and killed on New Year's Day, she became the ninth ranger in the history of the National Park Service to be murdered in the line of duty, according to Park Service records.
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