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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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"This case illustrates the important role that the public can play in identifying and sharing evidence of illegal behavior in parks," Charles Cuvelier, chief of law enforcement for the National Park Service, said in a statement.
Mammoth Hot Springs, WY: Yellowstone National Park, National Park Service; 2015.
"From the Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore to the Florida Everglades and Statue of Liberty, the National Park Service has supported America's tourism industry for over 100 years," said Joseph Marinelli, Chairman, Destination & Travel Foundation board of Trustees.
Girl Scouts wishing to participate in the Ranger Program can use the National Park Service's website to locate a park in their area, as well as learn about the park's history and natural and cultural resources.
A special note of thanks from the National Park Service goes out to all those who made the 2014 NAI National Workship in Denver, CO such a grand success.
Between now and August 25th, the National Park Foundation is also encouraging park visitors and supporters to submit their birthday wishes for the National Park Service through their mobile devices by visiting www.nationalparks.org.
The National Park Service said it has already identified a Colorado blue spruce to replace the tree and will plant the new National Christmas Tree in October, just in time to be decorated for the holiday.
The National Park Service said Tuesday it plans to start negotiations with Schweikhart Cranson's company, Vapor Valley Spirits Inc., to lease the Superior Bathhouse in Hot Springs.
Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission, the National Heritage Area's governing body affiliated with the National Park Service, is scheduled to expire in October 2011, the end of a 25-year start-up period.
The three-plus decades I spent with the National Park Service (NPS) were regularly filled with reminders of the 1916 Act that lead to the creation of the National Park Service.
If you're a park ranger for the National Park Service, you could spend much of your workday outdoors at one of nearly 400 locations nationwide.

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