200 years after the tribe was forcibly removed, the National Park Service, the tribe, and other partners are conserving over 1,000 additional acres of ancestral land.
Through a collaboration between the Ramapough Luunape, local nonprofits, and NPF, a service corps crew is helping restore access to ancestral land along the Musconetcong Wild and Scenic River.
Latino Leaders Create Community Outdoors
The founder of Latino Outdoors Boston is bringing her community together in national parks - embracing "cultura y familia” outdoors.
Fishing clinics help military families build community and a connection to nature — a rare constant for families conditioned to change.
How a group of park rangers, scientists, and teenagers are working together to restore Timucuan's shorelines.
The National Christmas Tree is often measured in numbers. Over 13,000 feet (or 2.5 miles) of lights strung end-to-end, 63,750 individual LED bulbs, and 400+ ornaments. This season’s ceremony commemorates another number – the 100th lighting of the National Christmas Tree.
Finding Pride Outside
How the LGBTQ community is overcoming barriers, finding joy, sharing history, and creating space outdoors.
The Next (And Next) Generation of Park Stewards
How student-led Yosemite field trips connect kids and communities to inspire future generations.
Waste Not, Want Not
Part of the Subaru-funded Don’t Feed the Landfills Initiative, Yosemite’s composting and fuel cylinder diversion and recycling programs have grown tremendously over the last year. One woman, Tina Moseley, leads the charge.
By donating to the National Park Foundation, you support programs like these that help ensure that iconic species have the best chance of survival across their native environments, and that the lands and waters set aside within the National Park System remain an abundant resource, promoting ecological diversity throughout our parks.