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Musical Chairs Shuffle National Park Service Leadership

For Immediate Release: Apr 30, 2018 Contact: Kirsten Stade (202) 265-7337 Musical Chairs Shuffle National Park Service Leadership Multiple Involuntary Moves Appear Designed to Force Targeted Managers to Retire Washington, DC — The upper echelons of the National Park...

Grand Teton Stealth Plan for 11 New Cell Towers

For Immediate Release: Mar 22, 2018 Contact: Kirsten Stade (202) 265-7337 Grand Teton Stealth Plan for 11 New Cell Towers Lawsuit Seeks Records Detailing Nation’s Largest Park Cellular Expansion Washington, DC — For the past five years, Grand Teton National Park has...
Steve Gniadek: Talking Down a Jumper

Steve Gniadek: Talking Down a Jumper

Steve was the chief biologist at Glacier National Park. He contacted PEER because his superintendent was pushing a permit for a parking lot that would have destroyed old growth forest, and Steve felt the permit was illegal. Steve wanted to go public with his overruled...

Legal Cloud Looms over Interior Department Actions

For Immediate Release: Mar 05, 2018 Contact: Kirsten Stade (202) 265-7337 Legal Cloud Looms over Interior Department Actions Legitimacy of Acting Directors of Parks, BLM, and Fish & Wildlife Remains in Doubt Washington, DC — The legal authority of the acting heads...
Paul Berkowitz: Case of the Indian Trader

Paul Berkowitz: Case of the Indian Trader

Paul Berkowitz led PEER to do an autopsy of an official screw-up that was compounded by a cover-up. In this case, one of last authentic Indian traders was railroaded by a corrupt National Park Service (NPS) investigation. Then, the Interior Inspector General (IG)...