National Park Service

News Releases

TERESA CHAMBERS RESTORED AS CHIEF OF THE U.S. PARK POLICE

Resounding Legal Victory Appears to Finally Resolve 7-Year Whistleblower Case

WILDERNESS VANISHING ACT IN BIG CYPRESS

Converting 40,000 Wilderness-Suitable Acres to ORV Trails Violates Law and Policy

PARK SERVICE RENEGES ON MOJAVE DESERT TORTOISE SAFEGUARD

Director Jarvis Waives National Management Policy Requiring Hunting Rules

BID TO CARVE TRIBAL PARK OUT OF REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK

Yurok Tribe Push Legislation to Take Over Scenic Park, Forest & Sanctuary Lands

PARK SERVICE ENCOURAGES VIOLATION OF PLANT REMOVAL RULES

NPS Director Declares Restrictions on Indian Harvest “Wrong” and Vows Repeal

LAWSUIT TO PROTECT VARMINTS IN MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE

Park Service Shirks Duty to Regulate Hunts to Shield Tortoise & Non-Game Wildlife

FEDS WARN ARIZONA ON PARK CLOSURES

Shuttering Parks Purchased with Federal Dollars Jeopardizes Future Federal Aid

CHAMBERS WINS APPEAL OVER REMOVAL AS U.S. PARK POLICE CHIEF

Main Charge Against Chief Chambers Thrown Out as Protected Whistle Blowing

THE MYTH OF TRANSPARENCY IN THE OBAMA ERA

Agencies Continue to Cling to Internal Files Even in the Face of Litigation

NATIONAL PARK OIL DRILLING RULES SLATED FOR IMPROVEMENT

New Protections Should Be Extended Beyond Oil & Gas to All Mineral Extraction

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