— Olympic National Park Park Stewards
The removal of the Elwha and Glines Canyon dams in Olympic National Park, the largest dam removal project in U.S. history... read more
Inspiring The Next Generation
How We Help
The national parks serve as some of our nation’s most dynamic classrooms and centers for active learning for all ages. From science to the arts, service learning to teacher training, America’s national parks teach invaluable lessons about our planet, our history, and ourselves. These incredible places, and all that they offer beyond the boundaries of the national parks, are the catalysts for inspiring a new generation of park enthusiasts. The National Park Foundation is dedicated to utilizing these powerful learning environments that can provide in-depth, real-world learning experiences, to nurture a deep connection between the next generation and America's national parks.
The National Park Foundation is:
- Bringing over 30,000 students to national parks this year through its Ticket To Ride program.
- Working with teachers in all 50 states to embrace national parks as places of classrooms and centers for active learning.
- Making a difference, with over $3.5M provided to national parks through education grants and programs in the last three years.
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Programs that Inspire
Inspiring The Next Generation Success Stories
— Everglades National Park America's Best Idea Grant
Through an America’s Best Idea Grant, in partnership with Univision and South Florida National Parks Trust, Everglades... read more
— Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park America's Best Idea Grant
In order to better connect with the surrounding Fresno community, the parks created and installed permanent and... read more