Resource Recovery & Protection

How We Help

The National Park Foundation receives, manages and puts into action conservation and historic preservation funds which arise from court orders, mitigation and restoration projects, and the settlement of criminal and civil cases. From the reclamation of the Elwha River in Olympic National Park to the restoration of Everglades National Park’s “Hole-in-the-Donut,” the National Park Foundation works closely with NPS biologists, wildlife management specialists, historic preservationists and engineers to ensure that funds are directed to most critical conservation, preservation and restoration projects.

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