The national parks and monuments are an important part of our national identity.
They have served as a reminder of the rich history and natural beauty of our country, and have been a focal point for generations of people.
Yet in recent decades, they have come under attack from some in the political right, who have claimed that they are in danger of becoming a repository for radical Islamists.
Now is the time to rethink this notion.
The National Park Service (NPS) has a unique role in safeguarding the nation’s most important natural resources, including national parks, wilderness areas, national wildlife refuges, and national monuments.
This is why we’re pleased to present this piece by the NPS to discuss the current state of parks and national parks.
The NPS has been an important resource for many years, and it is time to think more broadly about how we can protect the environment, preserve the cultural heritage, and create new opportunities for people to enjoy parks and wildlife.
It is important to note that this article is not a call for action on any specific issue.
Rather, it is a call to examine the current status of parks in the context of the challenges we face today.
What we are doing The National Parks Service has been a key agency in protecting the nation by providing access to a vast array of lands and resources.
As a national service, it provides an important opportunity for the federal government to engage with the public and to share knowledge and ideas.
While the Nps has a large staff and resources, its missions and priorities are not solely those of the federal agencies that are responsible for the park system.
These agencies include the Department of the Interior, the Department