National Park Service

News Releases

VISITS TO NATIONAL PARKS WAY DOWN IN 2003

Fourth Straight Year of Decline

SETTLEMENT PUTS JACKSON BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN

Washington, DC--"Pursuant to a confidential Settlement Agreement mutually negotiated with the Park Service, Mr. Jackson will return to Yellowstone National Park as a Backcountry ranger in 2003 for his…

PARK SERVICE SUSPENDS REPAIRS TO PAY FOR OUTSOURCING AND SECURITY

Yosemite, Crater Lakes and Lake Mead Projects Are Hit

RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK IN FIRST AMENDMENT BATTLEGROUND OVER THE MOJAVE CROSS

Attorney General Ashcroft Maneuvers to Save Religious Symbol

PARK SERVICE MUST CUT OPERATIONS TO PAY OUTSOURCING COSTS

Visitor Service and Summer Season Reductions, Layoffs Possible

FAMED BACKCOUNTRY RANGER BARRED FROM YELLOWSTONE

Park Slashing Law Enforcement by Three Quarters, Ending Wilderness Patrols

PARK SERVICE SET TO OUTSOURCE STAFF

Private Consultant is Choosing Which Positions Go On Auction Block

LAWSUIT FILED TO BLOCK YELLOWSTONE SNOWMOBILE DECISION

Environmental Organizations File

DINOSAUR MONUMENT ELIMINATES FOSSIL PROGRAM

Scientists Lambast Bonehead Move by New Superintendent

FIERCE BATTLE TO KEEP CROSS IN NATIONAL PARK

Ashcroft & Bush Administration Argue for Faith-Based Parks



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