Making A Difference

In partnership with local national park Friends Groups and national park leaders, the National Park Foundation has identified a portfolio of eleven priority projects that deliver real and immediate impact to our national parks. Every dollar raised by NPF will be matched by the local Friends Groups and put towards projects this year, addressing NPF’s key objectives:

  • Protecting special places as we stabilize the world’s largest Puebloan dwelling, Cliff Palace, at Mesa Verde and restore native plant communities in Grand Canyon.
  • Reaching new audiences as we rehabilitate and build new trails from the high mountains of Yosemite to the islands of Boston Harbor.
  • Building transformative education experiences as we support a youth conservation corps in Glacier and construct a new facility for youth education at Mount Rushmore.

The Legacy Projects is an exciting opportunity for you, as an NPF supporter, to leverage your generous gift in support of park priorities that will be matched by local Friends Groups. Please join us by making your gift today.

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Youth Exploration Area

VIEW OTHER LEGACY PROJECTS

Legacy Project Park
Fossil Discovery Trail Exhibits Big Bend National Park
Peddocks Island Trails Boston Harbor Islands
Conservation Corps Glacier National Park
Native Plant Nursery Grand Canyon National Park
Chimney Tops Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Cliff Palace Stabilization Mesa Verde National Park
Youth Exploration Area Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Dumbarton Oaks Park Restoration Rock Creek Park
Rincon Mountain Visitor Center Exhibits Saguaro National Park
Panoramic Trail Sequoia National Park
Tenaya Lake Trail Yosemite National Park