Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve

Q&A With National Park Photographer Michael Quine

Michael Quine, a Maryland native, has accumulated countless national park memories during a year-long journey through America’s treasured places. What do these memories all have in common? Photography! By photographing the national parks, Michael has taken his passion to new heights (literally).  We got the chance to speak with Michael about how national parks photography has impacted his life.

Where did you first find your park?

2016 National Parks Bucket List

All this talk about #FindYourPark, #EncuentraTuParque, and the National Park Service Centennial is causing a lot of folks to have parks on the brain! Let’s face it: it’s a great problem to have.

With over 400 national parks across the system to choose from, there are countless experiences to be had, treks to make, and lessons to learn.

Countdown To 2016

This has been an exhilarating year for the National Park Foundation. Together with the National Park Service, we launched a national, bilingual movement to celebrate the diversity of America’s national parks in advance of the 2016 centennial.

How To Make Your Resolutions Count

December is the time to think of others — you show your appreciation, love, and support through thoughtful gifts. But January is a month that’s all about you. The start of the new year is when you make resolutions to improve and challenge yourself. And what could be a better gift than a healthy and active lifestyle?

In honor of the centennial year of the National Park Service in 2016, make a New Year’s resolution to enjoy and exercise in America’s national parks.

48 Years And Counting

Grand Teton National Park

Today marks 48 years since Congress established the National Park Foundation. That’s 48 years we’ve dutifully served as the official charity of America’s national parks; 48 years we’ve proudly partnered with the National Park Service to ensure our national heritage remains protected, vibrant, and relevant now and in the future.

America’s Last Remaining Glaciers

Thousands of years ago, North America was largely covered in them. Without their incredible sculpting power, our country’s landscape would be vastly different, and though millennia have passed, glaciers still cover nearly 10 percent of the Earth’s surface and make up the largest reserve of fresh water in the world.

Today, several of our national parks offer an opportunity to see some of the last remaining glaciers and understand their awesome power. So exactly where are glaciers in America?

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