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INTERNAL WATCHDOG TO OPEN PROBE INTO NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LEADER FOR ALLEGEDLY MAKING CRUDE GESTURE

From: Washington Post

“The March 8 letter was addressed to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, whose office forwarded it to the inspector general, DiPaolo said. The Washington Post obtained…

AT HOT SPRINGS, BUY A BEER, FIX A PARK

From: Greenwire

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, said relying on leases for more revenue puts the Park Service on "sort of a slippery…

ZION NATIONAL PARK CONSIDERS LIMITING VISITORS, AND OTHER PARKS MAY FOLLOW SUIT

From: Backpacker

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which represents U.S. park rangers and other land managers, has come out in favor of putting visitation limits in…

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK GETS NEW SUPERINTENDENT IN TRUMP SHUFFLE

From: SFGate

“The acting director of the National Park Service was shuffled out of his job Wednesday, reassigned to head Yosemite National Park while being replaced with a retired parks…

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE DIRECTOR APPOINTED DESPITE SCANDAL

From: Courthouse News

“Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke on Wednesday appointed as new National Park Service director the man who allowed the billionaire owner of the Washington…


News Releases

INDIANA DUNES PAVILION REVISIONS TRIGGER NEW FEDERAL REVIEW

Reduced Public Access and Outdoor Recreation Tie Prompt Park Service “Concern”

YELLOWSTONE CLOSES HIKING DESTINATION TO HIKE BANDWIDTH

Mt. Washburn Build-Out Shows Cell Service Trumps Massive Infrastructure Needs

HOW PARK BAN ON PLASTIC BOTTLES GOT THROTTLED

Misstatements Masked Lack of Current Data or Consultation Except with Industry

MUSICAL CHAIRS SHUFFLE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LEADERSHIP

Multiple Involuntary Moves Appear Designed to Force Targeted Managers to Retire

GRAND TETON STEALTH PLAN FOR 11 NEW CELL TOWERS

Lawsuit Seeks Records Detailing Nation’s Largest Park Cellular Expansion