National Park Service

News Releases

TOP NATIONAL PARK WILDERNESS OFFICIAL RESIGNS IN FRUSTRATION

Park Service Ignoring Letter and Spirit of the Wilderness Act

PARK SERVICE OFFERED TO DROP ALL CHARGES AGAINST CHAMBERS

In Return for Control of Media and Congressional Communication

LAW ENFORCEMENT LINES UP TO SUPPORT CHIEF CHAMBERS

International Association of Chiefs of Police Is Latest to Weigh In

CHIEF CHAMBERS REPORTED MURPHY FOR HARASSMENT

Her Complaint Filed Three Hours Before Gag Order Issued

CHIEF TERESA CHAMBERS RESPONDS

Park Police Chief Also Invokes 1st Amendment & Whistleblower Rights

RELIGION ON DISPLAY IN NATIONAL PARKS

Christian Fundamentalist Influence on Park Service Decisions "Faith-Based Parks" Decried

PARK SERVICE OKAYS WILDERNESS VIOLATIONS BY ITS STAFF

Groups Petition to End

PARK WILDERNESS PLANS BLOCKED

Bush Administration Maintains Moratorium on New Wilderness Designations

VIOLENCE AGAINST PARK RANGERS REMAINS HIGH

Two Deaths and 98 Attacks in 2002, NPS Assailed for Ignoring Growing Trend

VISITS TO NATIONAL PARKS WAY DOWN IN 2003

Fourth Straight Year of Decline



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