National Park Service

News Releases

U.S. PARK POLICE OFFICERS RAISE ALARM ON SAFETY AND TERRORISM

Line Cops Cast Resounding No Confidence Vote in Leadership

PARK SERVICE READIES COMMERCIAL BIO-PROSPECTING PLAN

Agency Wants Cut of Corporate Profits from Products Derived from Park Resources

EVOLVING GRAND CANYON POSITION LEAVES UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

National Park Service Now Distancing Itself from Creationist Book It Approved

HOW OLD IS THE GRAND CANYON? PARK SERVICE WONT SAY

Orders to Cater to Creationists Makes National Park Agnostic on Geology

NEW PARK DIRECTOR FACES FIRST TEST ON GULF ISLANDS ROAD

Plan to Armor Road Requires Director to Set Aside Conservation Rules

NATIONAL PARK RUNNING A HOUSING AUTHORITY IN CUYAHOGA

Holdover Tenants Populate Attempt to Recreate an English Village in Ohio

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TO ALLOW COMMERCIAL BIOPROSPECTING

Public Interest Groups Oppose Commercialization of Parks

CHAMBERS WINS PRIVACY ACT RULING

Interior Department Illegally Refusing to Release Exonerating Documents

CHAMBERS TERMINATION UPHELD—APPEAL PLANNED

Bitterly Divided Board Split on Validity of Charges and Whistleblower Protection

U.S. PARK POLICE AT LOWEST LEVEL IN MORE THAN A DECADE

Retirements Will Send Force Lower as Assaults on Officers Rise

Surveys
2000  National Parks Service Survey

Other PEER Activities
Draft study, "Possible Effects of Elk Harvest on Fall Distribution of Grizzly Bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem" (Biological Resources Division, U.S. Geological Survey and Wyoming Game &

Bob Jackson Barred from Yellowstone; Whistleblower Complaint Filed with the Office of Special Counsel

Bob Jackson's Testimony Provided to the Greater Yellowstone Subcommittee

Eagle Letters

PEER Campaign: Faith-based Parks

PEER Campaign: In the Chief's Corner

PEER Campaign: The Grizzly Emergency

PEER's Comments on National Park Service Interior Special Rule on the Waupatki National Monument