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UPDATE March 22, 2010: The version of the H.R. 1612 passed by Congress on Saturday March 20th, while it includes many important elements, fails to deliver the benefits it was drafted to provide. Some last minute amendments greatly restrict the size and scope of the program and require that 75 percent of the funding be restricted to largely firefighting activities. This means Service Corps participants can only engage in a fraction of the national park visitor service and maintenance efforts that were in the original bill. These amendments change the nature of the program and limit the range of skill development for program participants.

NPCA urges the Senate to move quickly to pass a clean version of the bill that does not restrict the funding or scope of the program, that equitably and rationally distributes resources among participating agencies, and, most importantly, puts more young Americans to work in national parks in rural and urban locations across our country.

NPCA would like to thank supporters for taking action on this bill. If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for news and alerts at our Take Action center so we can keep you informed of legislative developments on the Public Lands Service Corps Act of 2009.

Do Not Weaken Rules for Drilling in Parks!

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Tell Secretary Zinke that he must keep his promise to protect our parks -- including their air, water and wildlife -- by not rescinding, suspending or revising the National Park Service rules for oil and gas operations.

Tell Zinke: Protect Our National Monuments

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Urge Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to guarantee full protection for national monuments and all our public lands.

Defend Bears Ears National Monument

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Urge Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to protect Bears Ears and all our national monuments. Submit your comments for Secretary Zinke by May 26, 2017.

Tell Congress to Preserve and Protect the Antiquities Act!

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Urge Congress to support the Antiquities Act, safeguarding America's special places, and oppose any amendments or bills to undermine this important law and the future preservation of and access to our national heritage.

Help NPCA Protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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Meridian Energy Group is currently working on getting the necessary permits to build an oil refinery just 3 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park! Tell the company's CEO that an oil refinery has no place next to a national park.

Senators: Cosponsor the National Park Service Legacy Act Today!

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Ask your senators to cosponsor S.751, the National Park Service Legacy Act! Urge them to provide our national parks with a dedicated source of money to ensure our children and grandchildren will be able to enjoy America's national parks just as we have.

Demand Zinke Protect National Monuments

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Tell Secretary Zinke that any actions to diminish national monuments are unacceptable.

Parks Need More Champions in Congress

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Send a message to your members of Congress to make sure they are doing everything they can to protect national parks.

Tell Secretary Zinke: Support National Parks

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As he takes on this new role, join us in expressing why Secretary Zinke needs to be a strong steward of our national parks.

Tell Congress: Don't cut park funding

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Send a message to your congressional representatives urging them to stand strong and support adequate funding for our national parks.

Protect Streams, Rivers and Our National Parks with Reasonable Funding for the Chesapeake Bay Program!

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Please tell Congress to protect our national parks by ensuring the Chesapeake Bay Program receives reasonable funding of $73 million annually, the amount allocated in years past, to protect the rivers, streams and national parks in the watershed.

Rolling the Dice on Hallowed Ground: Help Stop Another Casino Proposal at Gettysburg

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Tell the Freedom Township Supervisors, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board and State Horse Racing Commission to vote no on the Mason-Dixon Downs proposal. A horse race track and casino should NOT have a Gettysburg address.

Make Olympic National Park a Certified Quiet Park

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Support the Hear Our Olympics campaign and encourage the National Park Service to designate Olympic National Park a "Quiet Park."

Join the JBA Campaign

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Join our coalition of concerned citizens as we promise to protect and preserve the future of Jamaica Bay.

Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund Today!

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Ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor legislation that fully funds and permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a program that has protected our parks from incompatible development for over 50 years.

History Lost? Turnpike Expansion Threatens Valley Forge

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Join NPCA in urging Pennsylvania officials to protect George Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge with the Pennsylvania Turnpike widening project.

Protect Our Great Lakes National Parks and Water Quality with Robust Funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative!

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Tell Congress to ensure that the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is fully funded at $300 million annually to protect the Great Lakes and national parks along their shores.

UnBearable: Speak Up for Alaska Wildlife!

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The state of Alaska recently filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior in an attempt to dismantle recently finalized regulations that better protect bears and wolves. Tell Alaska's governor to protect wildlife and withdraw the lawsuit.

Our National Parks

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Please join the National Parks Conservation Association and send a message to the President and Congress that our national parks matter.