National Park Service

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National Park Service

Conducts research and salvage programs in archeological areas as well as historic site surveys for the National Historic Landmarks Program.
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Hundreds of important natural areas across America could qualify for addition to our national park system under NPS criteria for national significance, suitability, and feasibility.
The National Park System contains 401 units throughout the nation.
In addition there is an interrelationship among the chapters that provides for clarity and continuity for the management of the National Park System.
First, reorganization of the executive branch brought sixty-nine national battlefields, memorials, and monuments of the war and agriculture departments into the national park system.
These figures show that recovering listed species has become an important activity in the National Park System *, but there is still much to do.
Rockefeller National Parkway are managed together as a single National Park System unit.
Even though almost 20 percent of the world's remaining wild lands are in Canada we are rapidly losing the opportunity to complete our national park system due to logging, roads and development.
A future addition to the National Park System is starting to take shape in the birthplace of America's 42nd president, William Jefferson Clinton.
Maintenance, let alone capital improvements, in the 80-million-acre National Park System is $6 billion behind schedule.
Two-thirds of the heavily forested island has been reserved as a part of the National Park system.
In truth, the National Park Service changed its regulations in 1987 to allow both motorized and manual wheelchair access to all wilderness areas in the National Park System.
Our national park system is seriously threatened by these and a number of other developments.

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